Ten Hag gets a chance to rid himself of Sancho at Manchester United

Ten Hag gets a chance to rid himself of Sancho at Manchester United
Ten Hag gets a chance to rid himself of Sancho at Manchester United

Erik ten Hag will have the opportunity to free himself from a headache during the coming winter break. Juventus has cautiously come forward for the banished man, who has completely disappeared from Manchester United after a row with the Dutch coach.

That writes La Stampa at least. According to the Italian medium, the Juventus transfer team has made the first contacts to realize a winter deal. If it doesn’t work out, the club may move on to Sassulo’s Domenico Berardi. FC Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund were also previously linked to the services of the Englishman.

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The 23-year-old Sancho has not played for Manchester United since the end of August. After coming on as a substitute during the first three games of the season, Ten Hag did not include him in the match selection for the away match at Arsenal, which was lost 3-1. Afterwards, the coach explained that Sancho had not trained well, but the attacker chose to fight back against that at X.

The club decided to take drastic action and immediately removed the 23-time English international from the selection. Since then, the winger, who was acquired from Borussia Dortmund for 85 million euros in the summer of 2021, has not played a minute for The Red Devils. Because he still does not want to apologize, he remains completely out of the picture at Manchester United, where he is disappearing further and further from the radar. He is no longer part of the selection, trains alone, has been kicked out of the WhatsApp group and is no longer allowed to use the canteen at the training complex in Carrington. Juventus may offer a way out for all parties.

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