Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho is set to leave the club in the January transfer window
Sancho’s stand-off with manager Erik Ten Hag does not look like it has a positive conclusion with the player refusing to apologize to the manager. This after he posted a tweet in which Ten Hag was branded a liar and that Sancho has often been made a scapegoat.
Now, this happened just a few days after the transfer window was shut hence removing any possible option for the parties involved to reach an amicable and immediate solution. Sancho has since not taken to the field for the Red Devils and it remains to be seen if he has played his last game in red.
Therefore, the upcoming transfer window in January is where many are expecting Sancho to make a move away from the club which could initially either be a loan deal with an option to buy.
Signed under Ole Gunner Solksjaer with an impressive spell at Borussia Dortmund, Sancho was one of the most sought-after wingers in Europe at that time. However, Old Trafford has been privy to the bare minimum of the form and potential he showed at the WestfalenStadion.
Undoubtedly, playing for United is a bigger ball game than Dortmund and many players struggle to cope with the pressure. But few would have backed Sancho to fall this badly.
Nevertheless, it does seem like the end of time for Sancho at United is around the corner In the end, it could be said that the situation overall could have been very easily avoided had both sides shown a willingness to reach a compromise.
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Ten Hag could have made his points privately to Sancho instead of going public while Sancho also could have handled his response better.
With a huge money spent on the player, it does seem like United would be making another loss on a player and then repeating a never-ending cycle of bad transfers.