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Man United fans make feelings clear, but Jadon Sancho ‘won’t give up’ on Old Trafford dream



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Manchester United fans have made their feelings clear after a report emerged that Jadon Sancho was “ready” to return to Old Trafford this summer.

After Jadon Sancho was banished from Manchester United‘s first team by Erik ten Hag, many thought this would spell the end for the English winger at the club. He was ousted after a public spat with the Dutch manager and refused to apologise.

However, since he travelled back to Borussia Dortmund on loan in January, Ten Hag’s job has been under threat due to the arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his INEOS team, which has led to some theorising that there is a possible return route for Sancho.

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According to The Mirror, Sancho is now “ready” to return to Manchester United this summer, but only if Ten Hag is released from his managerial role.

The report further explained that Sancho is “reluctant” to give up on his career at Old Trafford and still has an ambition to make it work at the team that paid £73 million for him in 2021.

However, since this report, many United fans have made their thoughts clear on the matter, explaining that

“Think we should sell irrespective of the manager,” one United follower explained, while another said, “We have Amad we don’t have time for this.”

“Like I’ve maintained throughout the whole saga, It’s high time we start backing managers in situations like this, players dictating sh*t is not good for business, they need to know their place,” a fan wrote.

“Nobody, and I repeat… NOBODY is or can be greater than a club! He’s just a paid worker, so he can go elsewhere and leave my club alone. If I were to be in charge, I won’t sell nor send him on loan to any club. He will sit on the bench for a full season!!!!” A fourth exclaimed.

It is reported that Dortmund would like to sign Sancho on a permanent deal this summer, but cannot afford United’s current asking price of over £50 million.