Borussia Dortmund is reportedly considering the possibility of bringing Jadon Sancho back to the club in January, as the winger remains frozen out at Manchester United.
Sancho‘s relationship with United manager Erik ten Hag has deteriorated, and it appears Ten Hag is not willing to change his stance after refusing to select Sancho since their public disagreement on social media.
Dortmund previously enjoyed great success with Sancho during his four-year stint in the Bundesliga, and despite initially denying their interest, they might consider making an offer in the new year.
However, the financial aspects of the deal would need to be worked out, possibly requiring United to subsidize a portion of Sancho’s £300,000-a-week wages.
Sancho remains highly regarded at Dortmund, where he scored 50 goals in 137 appearances, and he maintains contact with coach Edin Terzic.
United appears willing to support Ten Hag in his handling of the Sancho situation, and they are prepared to listen to offers for the player they acquired for over £70 million less than three years ago.
The situation has become a constant topic of discussion and a headline-grabber, and United aims to find a resolution in January, even if it means accepting a financial loss to remove Sancho from their roster.
Apologies and reconciliation are unlikely to mend the relationship between Ten Hag and Sancho at this point, and the player continues to train on his own at Carrington.
Furthermore, he has lost support from his United teammates, with those close to him previously encouraging him to resolve his issues with Ten Hag.