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“Transfer Twist: Jadon Sancho’s Path to Premier League Rivals, Who Are ‘Seriously Considering’ a Bid!”

Jadon Sancho might be able to leave Manchester United in another way that would allow him to stay in the Premier League.

Following his expulsion by manager Erik ten Hag, Sancho, 23, has been left out in the cold at United this season.

The England international has not played since September due to his repeated refusal to apologize to the Dutch manager for his training-related misdeeds.

In response to Ten Hag’s open criticism of Sancho during a news conference, the player declared that the United manager had used him as a “scapegoat” and branded Ten Hag’s statements “completely untrue.”

Since then, Sancho has declined to express regret to Ten Hag in public or private, and he is still not allowed to play for the first team.

The winger, who cost £73 million to sign when he left Borussia Dortmund in 2021, now appears certain to depart United in January, either permanently or on loan.

Juventus and Dortmund are two possible destinations for Sancho; the player has also been linked to Juventus.

If Sancho choose to pursue it, he may also be able to move to the Saudi Pro League, which would be a profitable option.

The player might, however, opt to stay in the Premier League.

The winger has been linked to Nottingham Forest, and according to recent sources, Tottenham is also considering a deal for him.

Leading Premier League team Spurs are’seriously contemplating’ a January move for Sancho, according to Fichajes.

The winger is rumored to be seeking a “change of scenery” and has “aroused great interest” from Tottenham, where Ange Postecoglou, the manager, is eager to add players after Ivan Perisic and Manor Solomon suffered injuries.

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Just before Manchester United’s heartbreaking loss to Manchester City, Jadon Sancho might have hinted at his ideal move away from the club.

Erik ten Hag has kept Sancho, 23, out of United’s starting lineup since September after he twice failed to accept the Dutch manager’s apology for his training-related misdeeds.

In response to Ten Hag’s open criticism of Sancho during a news conference, the player declared that the United manager had used him as a “scapegoat” and branded Ten Hag’s statements “completely untrue.”

Since then, Sancho has declined to express regret to Ten Hag in public or private, and he is still not allowed to play for the first team.

Due of this, he was unable to participate in Sunday’s Manchester derby at Old Trafford, which City won 3-0.

Less than three years after joining United in a £73 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund, it now appears certain that he will depart the team in January, either permanently or on loan.

If Sancho does leave, Dortmund and Juventus, the biggest team in Italy, are considered to be possible destinations. A transfer to Saudi Arabia has also been mentioned in the meanwhile.

However, the player can be focused on making a different move.

Shortly after his breakup with Ten Hag, Sancho deleted his Instagram account, although he’s still active on X, the former name for Twitter.

His last three “likes” on the social media site have all been about Real Madrid, a different team.

On September 13, Sancho liked a picture posted by Vinicius Jr., then on Saturday, he liked another post by Jude Bellingham that said, “This is Real Madrid.”

Next, he liked a different Vinicius Jr. post on Real that said, “New era.”

Bellingham and Sancho have collaborated on England national team games, and Vinicius Jr. has previously mentioned his affinity with the United winger.

According to Vinicius Jr., “I am very close to Sancho, who I played against in youth football,” as reported by SPORTbible.

“I always hope the best for him. We communicate frequently, and I’m thrilled when he does well or scores.”

But considering Sancho’s poor play and Vinicius Jr.’s occupying the left side of Real Madrid’s attack, it seems doubtful that Madrid would entertain a move for him.

 

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