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Premier League manager ‘unsure’ about Jadon Sancho despite loan interest



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David Moyes is reportedly unsure about signing Jadon Sancho on loan for the rest of the season, despite West Ham being interested in the forward.

Jadon Sancho will never play for Manchester United again after he was banned from all first-team activities at Old Trafford after claiming Erik ten Hag was ‘scapegoating’ him for poor performances.

Sancho was dropped from the squad to face Arsenal at the beginning of September after the manager cited poor training performances as the reason why, with the player retaliating via a statement on social media.

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Although it is said that Sancho does have a way back into the team if he apologises to Ten Hag for his words, this has not happened, with the club now keen to move him on as soon as possible.

Borussia Dortmund and Juventus have both expressed interest, but now it has been claimed that at least one Premier League club is lining up the possibility of signing him on loan in the form of West Ham.

According to the Daily Mail, the Hammers are “monitoring” his situation, but the report also stipulated that David Moyes is “reluctant” to take the winger on, with his £250,000-a-week wages also mentioned as a possible stumbling block in negotiations.

It has also been reported by Sky Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg that Borussia Dortmund and United are now “actively working” on a six-month loan deal for the player.

Sancho is one of five players who have reportedly been put up for transfer by United in recent weeks, with Anthony Martial, Casemiro, and Raphaël Varane also among those reportedly available.

Varane has now entered the final six months of his current deal, and the club will not extend his current contract due to his bloated wage but are open to keeping Varane on a reduced salary.