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David Ornstein gives update on Jadon Sancho's Saudi Pro League move as Mo Salah transfer rules out

David Ornstein gives update on Jadon Sancho's Saudi Pro League move as Mo Salah transfer rules out

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David Ornstein provided an update on Manchester United star Jadon Sancho's future amid links to the Saudi Pro League.

On Thursday, CBS journalist James Benge claimed Al Ettifaq are hoping to tempt Sancho to depart Old Trafford on loan for the Saudi Pro League.

According to the report, the two parties have opened discussions over a deal that would see the winger move to Saudi Arabia for the remainder of the season, while Al Ettifaq would also be open to including a buy option in the deal.

However, transfer guru Ornstein has insisted the winger is staying at United.

The Athletic journalist claimed that while the 23-year-old "admired" by the burgeoning league, a transfer is not on the cards ahead of Thursday evening's deadline.

On Sunday, Sancho labelled United manager Erik ten Hag’s claim he was left out of his squad to face Arsenal due to poor performances in training as “completely untrue”.

Sancho wasn’t part of United's squad for Sunday’s Premier League thriller at the Emirates Stadium, which Arsenal won 3-1.

After Ten Hag admitted that Sancho wasn't injured and his selection was merely down to his poor displays in training.

Meanwhile, Salah has been attracting interest from the Saudi Pro League, with Liverpool having rejected a verbal proposal worth over £100million plus substantial add-ons worth up to £150million in August for the 31-year-old.

However, Ornstein insisted Salah would be remaining at Liverpool beyond the close of the Saudi Pro League's Deadline Day.

Nevertheless, the journalist added that the well-documented interest in Salah remains for a potential future move in future and there are good relations between all parties.

Salah has been a key player for the Merseysiders, scoring 187 goals in 308 games for Liverpool and registering 76 assists since his 2017 arrival.

The Egyptian has won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Fifa Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup during his time at Anfield.

He has also won or shared the Premier League Golden Boot three times and been named the PFA player of the year on two occasions.

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Topics: Jadon Sancho, Mohamed Salah, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League, Manchester United