Man United in contact with club to ‘find a solution’ for Jadon Sancho

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Man United are still in talks with Juventus, as they look to find a way to move on from Jadon Sancho.

Jadon Sancho has not been involved for the last few months following a major fallout with the manager. At the end of the day, it’s always the boss who is in the right here, with the onus falling on the player to make things right.

Sancho has chosen not to do that. Instead, he has been completely exiled from the first-team fold and I have no sympathy with him if I’m honest… It’s not as if he was setting the world alight on the pitch, either…

All had gone pretty quiet on the Sancho front of late. Presumably, due to his incredibly high wages meaning that only a very select number of clubs would be able to afford to pay the Englishman somewhere close to the figure he’s currently earning.

Now, journalist Rudy Galetti has shared the latest on that front. According to the report, United are ‘still in contact’ with European giant Juventus over a potential sale of the player.

It’s looking likely to be a loan deal at this point, with a potential buy clause included in the contract. A new round of discussions is ‘expected soon’.

Check out Rudy Galetti’s latest information on the Jadon Sancho saga here:

At this point, United and Sancho need a clean break from each other. The relationship has become extremely toxic, which is a massive shame for all involved as he’s obviously a talented lad.

Cast your mind back a few years ago when Erling Haaland, Jude Bellingham and Sancho were at Dortmund. It was Sancho who was the most promising of the three at that time. He’s now fallen completely out of that race, not even looking capable of forcing his way into the starting line-up…

It’s going to be a loan. As we’ve already alluded to, United have overpaid Sancho and not many clubs will be able to afford those wages. I can see the Englishman hanging around on the Reds’ books for at least a couple of years before the club can finally move on from him for good…

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