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Man Utd ‘make Jadon Sancho transfer decision’ after six games at Borussia Dortmund

Man Utd ‘make Jadon Sancho transfer decision’ after six games at Borussia Dortmund

It's a big decision.

Manchester United have come to a decision on Jadon Sancho’s future, it has been claimed.

Sancho joined Borussia Dortmund in the January transfer window on loan, after a dismal season at United that had seen him exiled from first-team affairs.

The England international had not played for United since a fall-out with Erik ten Hag in early September, which saw the player lash out at his manager on social media after the Dutchman credited his omission from an Arsenal defeat to performances in training.

But since completing the Dortmund move, Sancho has struggled to find his best form. While the winger registered an assist on his debut against Darmstadt, who were then at the foot of the Bundesliga, he has since played five games where he has failed to score or assist.

Though the loan to Dortmund does not include a buy option, Football Insider claims that United plan to sell Sancho permanently this summer.

The Premier League club will allegedly sanction a permanent departure for the attacker provided a prospective club meets their price demands.

Sancho’s United contract, which allegedly earns him some £290,000-a-week, is set to expire in 2026. Since securing a high-profile £72million move to Old Trafford in 2021, the 23-year-old has only managed 12 goals and six assists.

Sancho has struggled since returning to Dortmund (Getty)
Sancho has struggled since returning to Dortmund (Getty)

Upon returning to Dortmund, where he had made his name before his United switch, Sancho admitted he was looking forward to playing football with a “smile on [his] face”.

Sancho said: "When I came into the dressing room today, it felt like 'coming home'.

"I know the club inside and out, I've always been very close with the fans here, and I've never lost contact with those in charge.

"I can't wait to see my teammates again, go out on the pitch, play football with a smile on my face, prepare goals, score goals and help qualify for the Champions League."

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Topics: Manchester United, Jadon Sancho, Premier League, Borussia Dortmund, Erik Ten Hag, Football