Leaving Old Trafford is the best possible solution for Jadon Sancho personally as well as MU, because the English player is being disciplined and coach Ten Hag has been removed from the first team.
For more than two months, Sancho was forced to practice privately because he publicly criticized Ten Hag as a liar about not being in the MU squad against Arsenal in early September.
The 23-year-old striker refused to apologize, making things even more complicated. The chances of Sancho returning to MU’s first team when Ten Hag is in position are very low.
It is known that last week, Juventus club representatives were present in England and contacted MU about the possibility of loaning Sancho early next year.
The Italian team does not have enough finances to buy Sancho outright for the £45 million fee requested by the Red Devils, but they hope to be able to borrow him for the second half of the season.
Juventus suggested that MU subsidize part of Sancho’s salary during his loan period, because the remuneration he is receiving is up to 275,000 pounds per week.
In addition to Juventus, Dortmund can also borrow their old friend if MU decides to get rid of Sancho.
Obviously, after the scandal with coach Ten Hag, the Red Devils’ leadership understood that the English winger’s value had decreased quite a lot.
In early September, Al-Ettifaq Club offered to borrow Sancho, but the deal later collapsed because the Saudi Arabian team refused to commit to a permanent purchase at the end of the season.