“Reasonable offer” will be accepted for controversial Man United ace with 12 goals in 82 games | OneFootball

“Reasonable offer” will be accepted for controversial Man United ace with 12 goals in 82 games | OneFootball

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·5 March 2024

“Reasonable offer” will be accepted for controversial Man United ace with 12 goals in 82 games

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This summer could see quite the upheaval at Man United.

Though it hasn’t been confirmed as yet, there’s a strong belief that Erik ten Hag will be relieved of his managerial duties, sparking a potential change in terms of playing staff.


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Any new manager will have in mind a way of playing, and a number of the current first-team at Old Trafford might not fit into their way of thinking.

Jadon Sancho has no future at Man United

One player that seemingly has no future at the club is outcast, Jadon Sancho.

According to Football Insider, the Red Devils will accept a “reasonable offer” for the England international’s services, which is likely to mean having to take a sizeable hit financially in order to get him off the books.

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Jadon Sancho joined Dortmund on loan from Man United.

The outlet that he scored 12 goals during his 82 appearances for the club, but his exit was arguably sealed on the day he decided to take to social media and effectively call his manager, Erik ten Hag, a liar.

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It would take until the January transfer window for United to be able to offload him back to Dortmund, albeit on loan, and it’s perhaps his demeanour and attitude that has seen the new regime prepared to cut their losses on a player who promised much but rarely delivered.

Where he ends up next, given his not insignificant salary of £250,000 per week, is anyone’s guess.

Sancho will arguably need to do more in front of goal if he wants to earn himself another lucrative move.

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