Jadon Sancho has to be the most disappointing situation at Manchester United this season.
The winger, who cost £73 million to sign with the team after leaving Borussia Dortmund in 2021, needed a huge year. This was his third season there.
Sancho had shown glimpses of brilliance, but he was far from the player that United had fallen in love with in Germany.
Sadly, Sancho hasn’t played for United since August and appears to be out of luck after a public altercation with Erik ten Hag.
Juventus want Manchester United outcast Jadon Sancho The expectation is that United will offload Sancho in January, but the nature of a deal is unknown. Sancho cost United big money and earns huge wages at Old Trafford, so finding a way to move him on won’t be easy. Fabrizio Romano now claims on YouTube that Juventus have made contact over a potential deal for Sancho.
The Serie A side are sniffing around for a loan deal as their Financial Fair Play situation means a permanent deal just isn’t possible.
That doesn’t really work for United at the moment, with Romano adamant that United plan to sell Sancho rather than accept a loan deal.
“I can tell you that Juventus made contacts in the recent days to be informed on the situation of Jadon Sancho,” said Romano. “Juventus are interested in Jadon Sancho, Juventus appreciate the player, Juventus believe that Sancho is a very good player that could be an opportunity on the market, but for Juventus, due to the Financial Fair Play situation, the only way to make it happen is a loan deal.”
“Also, the salary of Sancho is an important salary, so the only way for Juventus would be for Manchester United to cover part of that salary, so that is why the deal is not easy at all, and at the moment, it’s not even a negotiation, but Juventus just asked for information on the situation of Sancho.”
“Manchester United hopes to sell the player during the January transfer window, as that is the best course of action for them. If that doesn’t work out, they will continue to monitor the loan agreement and Juventus,” he continued.
United could have to think about a Sancho loan.
We can comprehend United’s reluctance to agree to a financial arrangement.
Ten Hag most likely just wants Sancho gone and no possibility of coming back to Old Trafford.
Ten Hag has had a lot of trouble with this entire situation since United is paying Sancho even though he is essentially not even in the first squad.
It is imperative to find a solution to this issue by January, and Ten Hag would undoubtedly want to see Juventus reach an agreement.
The issue is that there isn’t much money circulating for wages and transfer fees outside of the Premier League.
It won’t be simple to find someone to reimburse Sancho, and United might have to agree to a loan arrangement in order to regain Sancho.