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“He’s not proving anything…” – Louis Saha slams Man United star with uncertain future



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Louis Saha says one Manchester United star has “not proven anything” as there are uncertainties over his future approaching the summer transfer window.

The Reds have experienced difficulties this term, with the team sitting sixth in the Premier League table and struggling for any form of consistency on the pitch.

However, there have also been several issues off-field that have impacted United. The ridiculous number of injuries being one.

Jadon Sancho’s situation also caused major Old Trafford drama after the winger was exiled from Erik ten Hag’s squad for his social media post at the start of the season.

Sancho’s exile ended in January when he made a mid-season return to Borussia Dortmund on loan. He has made 16 appearances for the Bundesliga side so far this term.

The winger has also played four Champions League fixtures, with Dortmund now in the semi-final of the competition.

His form at Dortmund is not proving any point, though, in Louis Saha’s opinion. The former United striker believes that there has been no doubt about Sancho’s ability, but instead his attitude.

“I don’t believe he’s proving any point,” Saha told BetFred. “The only point he’s proving is that he’s a talented player, and if he wasn’t stubborn, he could have been doing what he’s doing for Borussia Dortmund for Manchester United now. He hasn’t proven anything.

“There’s no doubt about his talent, but his attitude has been challenged during his time with Manchester United and the way he’s dealt with it has been to the risk of his own career.

“Erik ten Hag knew he was missing the opportunity to play a good player, and that’s it. 

“It was a situation where the player, manager and club were all losing simultaneously. It’s all about ego and the club has to stop allowing those things to happen because it’s just not right.

“All that’s been proven is that things like this shouldn’t be happening at such a big club.”