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Jadon Sancho conversation revealed as Man United winger explained Erik ten Hag situation



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Jadon Sancho has started to play good football once again after scoring back-to-back goals for Borussia Dortmund in the last few days.

After re-opening his Borussia Dortmund goal account against Weder Bremen last weekend, Jadon Sancho scored the goal to send the German club through to the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated PSV Eindhoven 2-0 on Wednesday evening.

The Manchester United winger is halfway through a six-month loan at Dortmund after he was exiled from Erik ten Hag‘s team following his statement on social media that effectively branded the Dutch manager a liar after Ten Hag claimed Sancho had been left out of a squad in September for poor training levels.

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Although Sancho’s move to Dortmund seemed to shock some at the time, it has been revealed that it was the result of a very important video call between him, director Sebastian Kehl, and manager Eden Terzic.

According to MailOnline, the three sat down on a FaceTime call and explored how Sancho could be part of Dortmund again, with the BVB duo asking him two questions: was he serious with his stand against Ten Hag, and would he switch straight back to football mode once he arrived back in Germany.

The report explains that the answer to both questions was yes, and on 11 January, United announced that Sancho had completed the loan move until the end of the season.

Speaking about his recent Champions League goal and performance that won him the Man of the Match award, Sancho said: “It was like a relief. I just wanted to have a good start to the game, and there’s no better feeling than that. I’m grateful I got the goal for the team.

“I’ve always got a special place for Borussia Dortmund: this is where I made my name. I’ve got to be grateful to them and my teammates for believing in me.”

Sancho is expected to leave Manchester United once the summer window opens, with INEOS and Sir Jim Ratcliffe wanting to raise funds ahead of what may be a huge window at Old Trafford.