Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho is in close contact with Dortmund manager Ediz Terzic
According to Sky Germany (h/t Manchester Evening News), in light of his uncertain future at Manchester United, Jadon Sancho has been communicating often with Edin Terzic, the manager of Borussia Dortmund.
Sancho cost £73 million for Man United when they signed him from the German club in 2021, but he hasn’t lived up to expectations.
Jadon Sancho is prepared to depart during the January transfer window if his situation at the club doesn’t turn around drastically. Sancho’s career as a Red Devil deal still has around two and a half years to run on paper, plus a further year is an option (Transfermarkt).
Florian Plettenberg, a transfer expert for Sky, reports that:
“The thing will definitely be finished in the winter. He wants to leave and there is a possibility of a loan because a sale is too expensive for many interested parties. He is in regular contact with Terzic and this Dortmund issue will continue”
In May 2021, he worked for Terzic and won the German Cup before joining United two months later. In the summer of 2022, Terzic was given a permanent position at Dortmund, taking over for Marco Rose.
Sancho had a particularly memorable time with BVB. The Englishman’s 50 goals and 64 assists in 137 games while wearing the Dortmund uniform sparked interest throughout Europe. When Man United signed him, they thought they had a star for the future.
It is quite likely that a loan would be the result because a sale mid-season would be too expensive for interested parties. There’s a chance that he might return to Dortmund but the German club won’t want to pay much.
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At this point, it looks like Sancho has reached a point of no return with Erik ten Hag. A move away might be the best decision for the club and him. Let’s see how it goes.