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Jadon Sancho reverses Manchester United transfer decision amid loan tension



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Jadon Sancho has reportedly switched priorities regarding his move from Manchester United after his relationship breakdown with Erik ten Hag.

Jadon Sancho will almost certainly leave Manchester United on loan in the January transfer window after his relationship with Erik ten Hag broke down to an irreversible point after the player accused Ten Hag of scapegoating him for poor team performances.

Ten Hag left Sancho out of a matchday squad against Arsenal, explaining to journalists that it was due to sub-par training standards, and Sancho retaliated with an online statement claiming this was false.

Sancho was then frozen out of the first team with the only way back being giving an apology to Ten Hag, but no apology ever materialised, with the winger’s fate now firmly set in stone that he will never play for United again.

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With this, of course, comes rumours and claims about where the future lies for Sancho, and it is obvious that he is now set to go out on loan for the remainder of the campaign once the January window opens.

Originally, it was stated that Sancho wanted to rejoin his old club Borussia Dortmund, before other information explained that Juventus was in fact his first choice.

But now, according to transfer journalist Daniele Longo, Sancho’s agents now have only one job, which is to make sure he re-signs with Borussia Dortmund, as he would like to return to Germany, where he originally made a name for himself.

It is said that although Sancho’s agents have also made a proposal to Juventus, Dortmund is his preferred destination, but there is an issue – United want any club loaning Sancho to pay 70 per cent of the player’s wages for the duration of the deal.

Sancho currently earns an estimated £300,000 a week, putting his early salary at around £15.6m, and 70% of this wage is a hefty price to pay for a player who has not played since August, and even then, been underwhelming during his spell at Old Trafford.

This request has caused tension in negotiations for a deal to loan Sancho, with Juventus currently reluctant to agree, which has slowed negotiations.