Barcelona make decision on Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho after loan links

FC Barcelona shuts the door on a swap deal for Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho

Manchester United have been looking to offload 23-year-old Jadon Sancho for quite some time now. The Red Devils were looking to swap Sancho for Barcelona star Raphinha, as stated by Spanish publication SPORT.

However, according to a new report from Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona have already decided on an answer for Manchester United. The answer is not going to please fans who were hoping to see Raphinha wearing red.

Forget about swapping, The Catalan club is not even ready to take Sancho on for a loan deal. It seems like due to the 23-year-old’s alleged attitude issues, any interest that Barcelona had in the English winger has now fizzled out into nothing.

Manchester United will be aggressively shopping Jadon Sanco next month.
Manchester United will be aggressively shopping Jadon Sanco next month.

Now with Barcelona out of the picture, Manchester United will once again have to go back to the drawing board as they try to offload Sancho. However, not all hope is lost as other teams are looking to get their hands on the English winger.

As reported by German publication BILD, Borrusia Dortmund have been looking to relieve Manchester United of Jadon Sancho. Fans are hoping that The Red Devils will be able to get a deal done.

While getting their money’s worth seems improbable, the team should not be bothered by it. It is imperative that Manchester United offload Sancho next month as this will help them make room for new talent.

Dortmund are looking to get Jadon Sancho back from Manchester United. (imago Images)
Dortmund are looking to get Jadon Sancho back from Manchester United. (imago Images)

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The longer that this takes the worse that it will get for the Red Devils. Sancho’s wages has essentially been wasted ever since he was axed from the first team. That is money that can contribute to Ten Hag’s attempt at saving Manchester United’s season from collapsing.