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Jadon Sancho makes U-turn on his previous Manchester United transfer decision



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Jadon Sancho has reportedly made a U-turn on his desire to re-sign with Borussia Dortmund, instead setting his eyes on moving to the Serie A.

Jadon Sancho‘s Manchester United future has almost certainly been reduced to a move away from the club in January after Erik ten Hag and the winger clashed heads with regards to his training performances.

The Dutchman dropped Sancho for the squad against Arsenal in September, claiming that his training levels were not up to scratch. The winger refuted this, claiming he was being made a scapegoat, and has since refused to apologise to Ten Hag, which has landed him banished from all first-team activities.

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Reports this week suggested that Jadon Sancho had made a final decision on his future; that he wanted to return to Borussia Dortmund in January – but the player is now said to have changed his mind.

Jadon Sancho is said to be more keen on rebuilding his career at Juventus than returning to Dortmund, with the Italian side keen to sign him on loan in January.

This is according to Phil Thomas of The Sun, who has proven to be correct in relation to multiple club stories of late.

Further to this, it is said that the Turin side hope United will agree to pay half of his wages for the duration of his loan, and they may decide to make the move permanent in the summer in a £60 million deal.

United, of course, have recently been linked to Juventus winger Federico Chiesa, who may cost up to £50 million to sign and could be a crucial part of potential negotiations between the two clubs.