SHOCKING NEWS: Reported by Football guru Fabrizio Romano, “no doubt United is a wonderful place to be but I’m not going back there especially to work under Erik ten hag again Never. He nearly killed my football career, it’s a nightmare working with him. I’m enjoying football here i look more like my former self”. According to reports from Sky Germany, Jadon Sancho has told United he no longer want to return to Old Trafford and urges them to work on reaching a deal with Dortmund as he wants to prolong his stay at the Westfalenstadion. Manchester United winger wants to leave the club this summer.


As the conclusion of the Premier League season approaches, all eyes are on the uncertain future of England sensation Jadon Sancho at Manchester United. Following a rejuvenating loan stint at Borussia Dortmund, the 24-year-old winger finds himself embroiled in transfer speculations, with his potential return to Manchester United hanging in the balance.

Since his arrival at Borussia Dortmund on loan in January, Sancho has experienced a remarkable resurgence, reclaiming his status among Europe’s top talents. His impact has been palpable, playing a pivotal role in Dortmund’s surge towards the Champions League final and reigniting discussions about his long-term prospects.

Reports from Sky Germany, as cited by the Daily Star, suggest that Sancho is keen on extending his stay at the Westfalenstadion. This desire is fueled by his revitalized form and the uncertainty surrounding his future role at Old Trafford. A strained relationship with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag last year culminated in Sancho’s exclusion from the first-team squad, prompting his loan move to Dortmund.

Despite having a contract with United until 2026, the timing may work in Sancho’s favor. With the risk of entering the final year of his contract, Manchester United might feel compelled to consider selling him this summer to avoid the prospect of losing him for a reduced fee. This situation sets the stage for a potential bidding war, with Dortmund eager to secure Sancho’s services on a permanent basis.

Sancho’s resurgence at Borussia Dortmund contrasts starkly with his struggles at Manchester United. Since his high-profile £72 million transfer to Old Trafford, Sancho has mustered just 12 goals and six assists in 82 appearances for the Red Devils. In contrast, his contributions for Dortmund are staggering, with 53 goals and 66 assists in 154 appearances, showcasing a significant disparity in his performances between the two clubs.

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