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Jadon Sancho’s Manchester United future predicted by Erik ten Hag’s emerging pattern



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Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United has been one of much debate since Erik ten Hag dropped him from the squad against Arsenal.

The conclusion of Manchester United‘s 3-1 loss against Arsenal saw Erik ten Hag reveal that Jadon Sancho has been dropped from the squad due to poor training levels.

This resulted in the winger releasing his own statement, claiming that he was being ‘scapegoated’ and that there was more to the story that he could not talk about – he also denied the comment regarding his training levels.

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It is a situation that has taken over the front pages, alongside Antony’s domestic abuse allegations, and former United defender Paul Parker has weighed in on the drama.

“I definitely don’t agree with Jadon Sancho,” Parker told mybettingsites. “The best way to be a better person is to not talk out loudly and just do your things on the training ground. But not many players want to prove people wrong as it’s easier to go on social media or go to your agent and cry.”

“Jadon Sancho was brought in for a lot of money and he has never proved himself. I find what he did very weak, considering what Erik ten Hag has done for him. it’s rubbish. The manager gave him a lot of time off and not a lot of managers would have done that.

“He has been given a lot of football and a lot of managers would not have done that either with his performances. Today’s society is a bit weaker and Erik ten Hag didn’t say anything wrong.

“We know that Sancho hasn’t performed and if it has been the same on the training ground recently, how could Erik ten Hag ever justify playing with him? All the other players would look at him and say, wait a minute, why is he playing?

“Erik ten Hag handled it well with Rashford, Garnacho and of course Ronaldo. Now he is dealing with another player who is acting petulant. Rashford and Garnacho dealt with it and moved on, Ronaldo didn’t. I think that tells us a lot about Jadon Sancho´s future.

“Erik ten Hag was asked a question and he told the truth. Does the media want him to be a liar? It doesn’t make any sense.”

Jadon Sancho and Ten Hag reportedly held talks for the first time since the statement on Monday, although the outcome of the meeting is unclear.