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Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Jadon Sancho stance revealed, with the Manchester United owner “angry” at player behaviour



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Sir Jim Ratcliffe is aiming to end United’s culture of dressing room leaks and disruptive players after being angered by the players’ use of social media.

Erik ten Hag has had multiple run-ins with United players during his time at Old Trafford so far, mostly with Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho, and the latest to have a sly dig at the Dutchman is Alejandro Garnacho.

The teenager was substituted at halftime in The Reds’ last Premier League game against Bournemouth, a frustrating 2-2 draw, and made his feelings known by liking tweets that criticised the manager after the game.

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This behaviour was surprising considering that Garnacho has been an ever presence in Ten Hag’s side this season, making 42 appearances across all competitions and starting 33 of these games.

The club see the issue as dealt with and the winger quickly unliked the posts as all parties involved want to move on with the situation.

This is in complete contrast to the situation surrounding Jadon Sancho and Erik ten Hag, as the 24-year-old very publicly criticised the man at the helm and was subsequently banished from all first-team activities.

Ten Hag made it known that if he wanted to return from exile, all he had to do was apologise; however, the Englishman refused, so in January, he was shipped out to his former club, Borussia Dortmund, on loan in the hope of regaining his footballing form and potentially increasing his market value.

According to HITC United’s new minority owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, agreed with Ten Hag’s handling of the situation and gave his backing throughout.

The report also states that the British billionaire is angry about the club’s culture of dressing room leaks and will not tolerate any more indiscipline from any level of player, although he won’t personally get involved in the disciplinary actions.