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What Jadon Sancho really thinks about Man United return after avoiding transfer question



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A new report has claimed that Jadon Sancho would rather not return to Manchester United and instead, wants to continue his career at Borussia Dortmund.

Sancho, 24, has spent the last four months back on loan at Dortmund, returning to his former club after several seasons away.

The English forward’s return to the Bundesliga side became an inevitability after United manager Erik ten Hag banished him from the squad following their public falling out in September of last year.

Sancho had accused Ten Hag of allowing him to become a scapegoat, someone to blame for United’s poor results after he was excluded from the match-day squad against Arsenal.

Ten Hag stated at the time Sancho had underwhelmed in training, something plenty of players have been guilty of. But, following Sancho’s public response, the Dutch manager decided to remove Sancho from the United first team.

When quizzed by former Manchester United player Peter Schmeichel following Dortmund’s victory over PSG on Wednesday night, Sancho stated that “he really doesn’t know” if he will be at Dortmund next season.

However, according to a report from TBR, Sancho would be far more open to a permanent stay at Borussia Dortmund than to return to United.

Sancho has widely received plaudits since his return to the German side, with his performance against PSG his best in a yellow and black shirt since his previous stint at the club.

Sancho’s future is ultimately up to Ineos and United to decide and TBR’s report notes that despite Ten Hag’s recent comments regarding the possibility of Sancho returning to the club, there will be no such return for the Englishman as long as Ten Hag is in charge.

Ten Hag had told the press on Thursday that he was impressed with Sancho’s performance against PSG on Wednesday night, noting the following:

“He’s a very good player, yesterday he showed why Manchester United bought him and he showed he represents a high value for Manchester United. Which is good.

“I’m happy for Jadon for the performance yesterday, and we’ll see what is going to happen in the future.”