Jadon Sancho will reportedly push for a transfer away from Manchester United in January, alerting the likes of CHELSEA.
On the back of his £75 million ($94m) arrival from Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund in 2021, the highly-rated wideman has registered just 12 goals through 82 appearances and failed to impress like many had hoped.
It is suggested that the working relationship between the England international winger and his coach Erik Ten Hag has completely broken down at Old Trafford. With there seemingly no way back, a move that suits all parties.
Sancho’s publicly hit back against United boss Erik ten Hag and insisted he had been made a ‘scapegoat’ following criticism for failing to reach the required performance in training.
The Daily Star reporting that a loan deal in January is considered to be the most likely option, with that agreement including the option for a permanent transfer to be pushed through in the summer of 2024.
Amid all the speculation, England boss Gareth Southgate attempted to provide the Man City academy product with a boost of confidence, Discussing Sancho’s international future with England, the Three Lions boss said: ‘I think that’s the challenge for him now.
‘It’s been the best part of a couple of years since we worked with him, it’s difficult to say exactly the position that he finds himself and where he is with it all.
‘But for every player that’s not with us, there is always an opportunity if they can seize the form and have the (right) level of performances,’
He is well down the pecking order at Old Trafford now and a move away may be the best option for everyone involved. But we do believe that a move away from the Premier League may be the best option.
Sancho is not made for the English game and will have much more success if he makes the move back to the Bundesliga, heads to Spain or makes a move to Italian football.
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