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Manchester United and INEOS make “No way back” decision on Jadon Sancho



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INEOS, Manchester United’s new owners have reportedly decided that there is “no way” that Jadon Sancho will permanently return to the club.

Sancho, 23, has spent the last two months on loan at former club Borussia Dortmund and recently received support from former United striker Andy Cole.

Cole, who scored 121 goals for United, criticised football fans for ‘celebrating Sancho’s downfall,’ as well as failing to see the “bigger picture” around Sancho’s return to Dortmund.

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If that return is to stretch past this season, then it would require United and the Bundesliga giants to come to a new agreement, something it has been reported both sides would currently be willing to do.

In a report from HITC, it was noted that United do not see a future for Sancho at the club, even if current Red Devils’ boss Erik ten Hag is out of the job by the summer.

Ten Hag, who is under an incredible amount of pressure to keep his job at the moment, sanctioned Sancho’s temporary departure following the two having a very public falling out back in September.

Following that, Sancho was banished from the first team and forbidden from using any of the senior squad’s facilities, a punishment that remained in place all the way up to Sancho’s £3.4 million loan move to Dortmund.

The report from HITC also notes that whilst both Dortmund and United are open to Sancho continuing his current spell at the Bundesliga side, there is a disagreement over how that move would come to fruition.

United would prefer Sancho’s exit be a permanent one, whilst Dortmund are far more keen on a season-long loan with an option to make the deal permanent at a later date.

There is a willingness in the United camp to agree to another loan deal for Sancho at Dortmund. However, United would want “some sort of obligation built in.”

The belief that the Red Devils will be willing to part with Sancho regardless of whether there is a managerial change at Old Trafford has also been corroborated in a report from Football Insider.

In the latter report, it was stated that there is “no way back” for Jadon Sancho at Manchester United, with the Englishman’s exit from the club seeming inevitable.