After an apparently difficult spell at Manchester United, Jadon Sancho was reportedly close to leaving the club to join Al-Ettifaq on loan for the season. He was open to the idea of a move to the Middle East, but in the end the two clubs could not reach an agreement, apparently parting ways over a £50m buy deal, which United insisted on but Al Ettihad ” did this. not to accept.
Now the 23-year-old has no choice but to try to get back into action under United manager Erik ten Hag. To that end, according to Sky Sports, the current international break is being used for talks between Sancho and the coaching staff, with all parties looking to get him back in top form.
Ten Hag recently publicly criticized Sancho’s work in training, which in turn prompted the striker to respond to the coach’s allegations.
Sancho’s contract with United runs until 2026.