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Jadon Sancho agrees with Borussia Dortmund’s “secret” transfer plan



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Jadon Sancho has admitted that he hopes he can continue to showcase his talent at Borussia Dortmund following their “secret” plan to keep him at the club next season.

Jadon Sancho‘s future at Manchester United is all but finished after his public spat with Erik ten Hag saw him frozen out of the squad at Old Trafford.

Sancho branded the Dutch manager a liar after Ten Hag claimed the winger had been left out of a matchday squad in September due to poor training. Sancho claimed he was being scapegoated for a larger performance issue in the side.

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He has since not played a single minute for United, instead being shipped out to Borussia Dortmund on loan for the remainder of the 2023/24 campaign, where he recently scored his first goal of the season.

According to reports from Germany on Sunday, Dortmund have started to implement a “secret” plan as they want to keep Sancho at the Signal Iduna Park for at least a further season, where they have two options.

The first, it is detailed, is that Dortmund will attempt to secure Sancho on loan for a further season, but with INEOS wanting to raise funds for the summer window, this is unlikely as Sancho is a sellable asset.

The other idea they have is offering United a player swap deal, with Donyell Malen one name mentioned as an attacker who could go the other way in order for them to secure Sancho’s services permanently.

Speaking recently, Jadon Sancho has agreed with Dortmund that he wants to stay as he feels grateful to the club and that they trust him to perform.

“It’s not only Edin (Terzić, Dortmund manager) whose trust I feel. Everyone at Dortmund knows what I can do on the pitch,” Sancho explained following his first goal since returning to the club in January.

“They all trust me. I’m very grateful that they gave me the opportunity to show what I can do every week. I hope it continues that way.”