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Jadon Sancho stance on Man Utd return revealed after hurting their Champions League chances

Jadon Sancho stance on Man Utd return revealed after hurting their Champions League chances

Jadon Sancho is enjoying his time on loan back at Borussia Dortmund after a nightmare period at Manchester United.

Jadon Sancho's stance on a potential Manchester United return has been revealed after he dealt them a major Champions League blow.

Sancho, now back on loan at Borussia Dortmund, helped the Bundesliga side reach the Champions League semi-finals on Tuesday night.

Having been 2-0 up on the night, Dortmund were 4-3 down on aggregate against Atletico Madrid after a Mats Hummels own goal and a strike from Angel Correa.

But then Niclas Fullkrug and Marcel Sabitzer popped up in quick succession to seal a stunning win at Signal Iduna Park.

Edin Terzic's side will face Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-finals after they beat Barcelona.

Dortmund's win could be bad news for United as Germany are more likely to earn the extra Champions League qualification spot ahead of Italy and England for next season's revamped competition.

After being ostracised by Erik ten Hag at United, Sancho has been enjoying his football back at Signal Iduna Park.

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Image: Getty

But while it appeared as though his first-team future at United may be over, a fresh update claims that he could still return.

Pete Hall from the i Paper is reporting that Sancho would be open to "starting again" and returning to United.

The pressure continues to mount on Ten Hag, who Sancho is said to have an "irreparable" relationship with.

But results continue to be poor and seventh-placed United slide down the table, new shareholders INEOS could look to dismiss the Dutchman.

It's said that the only way for Sancho to come back into the fold would be if Ten Hag is no longer at the helm.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Jason Wilcox, United's imminent technical director, coached Sancho when he was in the Manchester City youth set-up and is willing to give the 24-year-old another chance.

United would still prefer to cash in on him but will not be able to recoup anywhere near the £73 million they paid for him back in 2021.

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Topics: Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United