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Jadon Sancho told he still has “long-term” future at Manchester United after Dortmund loan



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Jadon Sancho has been told he still has a long-term future under Erik ten Hag at Manchester United following his six-month loan to Borussia Dortmund.

Jadon Sancho was exiled from all first-team activities at Manchester United after a public spat with manager Erik ten Hag.

Sancho has not played for United since August, after he was left out of the squad to face Arsenal, with Ten Hag explaining at the time that it was down to poor training levels in the days leading up to the fixture.

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While many feel that Sancho has already played his last game for the club, former United defender Mikael Silvestre feels that Sancho could still have a future at United if he performs well in pre-season next summer.

“I think Sancho can still have a long-term future at United. Things change a lot in football from one game to the next, so from six months to another season, things could change,” he told bettingexpert.

“If he comes back for pre-season and performs with the manager, he could have another go. I think his future is not 100 per cent over with United, but it depends on him.

“He now needs to focus on performing for Dortmund.”

Jadon Sancho has played one game for Dortmund since re-joining the club on loan, where he played 35 minutes and grabbed an assist during their 3-0 win over Darmstadt in the Bundesliga.