Manchester United are allegedly willing to let unsettled striker Jadon Sancho leave Old Trafford on a long-term loan move when the January transfer market opens.
The 23-year-old has not played for the Red Devils since the end of August, and he is no longer a member of the first-team squad on any level due to a squabble with head coach Erik ten Hag.
The Manchester United manager claimed that he benched Sancho against Arsenal in early September owing to poor performance in training, but the England international maintained otherwise in a social media post.
The forward has reportedly refused to apologize to Ten Hag for practically branding him a liar, and it is believed that their relationship is now irreparable.
According to many reports, even an apology at this point would be meaningless given the amount of time that has elapsed, thus the ex-Manchester City kid is prepared to depart Old Trafford in January.
Barcelona and Juventus are reportedly keeping a close eye on the situation, while Borussia Dortmund is reportedly looking into re-signing him.
According to 90min, the 20-time English champions are willing to let him leave on a long-term loan agreement that might last up to 18 months.
According to the article, Manchester United would most certainly include a recall option for Sancho, either next summer or during the winter transfer window in 2025.
A great run, possibly back at Dortmund, might raise the forward’s value again, putting his parent club in a strong position to demand a big sum for him in 2025.
Man United would ‘ideally desire a permanent sale,’ but due to Sancho’s position at the club, they are not in a strong negotiation position.
Since his arrival in Manchester, the attacker has only managed 12 goals and six assists in 82 games across all competitions.
Sancho, on the other hand, was one of the most sought-after attackers in European football during his time at Dortmund, scoring 50 goals and registering 64 assists in 137 appearances.
The Englishman’s deal at Old Trafford is set to expire in three years, with the option to extend it for another year until June 2027.
Sancho was once again absent for the Red Devils on Tuesday evening, when Ten Hag’s side defeated Copenhagen in the Champions League.