Loanee ‘blames’ Erik ten Hag for his career decline; doesn’t want Manchester United if Dutchman stays

Jadon Sancho blames Erik ten hag for career decline, as he looks for a permanent move if Dutch boss continues at United

Jadon Sancho has endured a difficult spell following his record-breaking move to Manchester United. Things have gone from bad to worse for the England international when Erik ten Hag refused to make do with his attitude in training and shipped him where he came from, if only on a temporary basis.

Manchester City academy graduate was left out of United’s roster in Arsenal against defeat last year and Erik ten Hag fired shots over his performances in training publicly which didn’t go down well with Jadon Sancho.

Jadon Sancho was criticized publicly for his performances in training. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
Jadon Sancho was criticized publicly for his performances in training. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Sancho has refused to return to the Red Devils if the Dutch manager continues to be in charge of the club. The 23-year-old reportedly blames Erik ten Hag for his career decline.

Dortmund star blamed Erik ten Hag for using him as a scapegoat. He went on to later delete the post but he never apologized to Erik ten Hag about it.

Officials at Manchester United continued to back Erik and asked Sancho to publicly apologize if he wanted to have a chance at returning to the squad.

Jadon Sancho has scored a goal and provided two assists since his loan move to Dortmund. (Photo by Oliver Hardt/Getty Images)
Jadon Sancho has scored a goal and provided two assists since his loan move to Dortmund. (Photo by Oliver Hardt/Getty Images)

Manchester United have had an ownership addition since the whole saga went down and they will take a fresh look at prospective and analyze the situation in the summer.

While Jadon Sancho is trying to make his time at Dortmund a success, ten Hag is struggling at United and his future in charge of the club remains uncertain.

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Former Ajax boss has a contract at Old Trafford till 2025 and if he were to see it out, Jadon Sancho will be pushing for a permanent departure away from Man United this summer, according to Bild.

The Reds from Manchester have to keep their focus on finishing in the top four of the Premier League as of now and these situations can be sorted once we arrive in the offseason.