I don’t want Him to be here next season: Ten hag told Man united board to sell £60m UNSERIOUS player at all cost next season. - soocer442
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I don’t want Him to be here next season: Ten hag told Man united board to sell £60m UNSERIOUS player at all cost next season.



In the upcoming season, I do not want Him to be here: Ten Hag instructed the board of directors of Manchester United to sell an unworthy player for sixty million pounds at whatever cost for the upcoming season.According to reports, the wish of

Manchester United star Jadon Sancho to go to Al-Ettifaq, a club in the Saudi Pro League, was not fulfilled because Manchester United insisted on putting a condition in the deal that required them to purchase the player for fifty million pounds.After having a public argument with Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, regarding the standards of training, Sancho’s future has been uncertain. In light of the fact that their transfer window was still open until Thursday, there was discussion about the possibility of players moving to Saudi Arabia.


Al-Ettifaq, which is owned by Steven Gerrard, reportedly indicated interest in a loan transfer for Sancho, who had been signed by Jordan Henderson earlier in the summer. This information was reported by the Daily Mail. On the other hand, the proposed transfer was unsuccessful because Manchester United requested a future sale obligation of fifty million pounds, which the Saudi club apparently considered to be an excessively exorbitant amount.


It has been claimed by Sky Sports that conversations between the player, club personnel, and management are due to take place over the international break. The discussions are expected to focus on enhancing Sancho’s performance.There have been three appearances made by Jadon Sancho so far this season, and all of them have been as substitutes. According to Ten Hag, the reason he was not included in the training team for the match against Arsenal was because of his performance in training. A message was sent by Sancho on social media in response to the situation, in which he expressed his conviction that he was being used as a scapegoat.


Additionally, Axel Tuanzebe, a former defender for Manchester United, has recently signed for Ipswich Town. As a result of his 37 senior games for the Reds, the club decided to release him in the summer without further explanation. Aston Villa, Napoli, and Stoke City were among the teams that Tuanzebe had previously played for on loan.


Tuanzebe ultimately decided to reunite with former Manchester United coach Kieran McKenna at Portman Road, despite the fact that there were reports of discussions with Real Betis in Spain as well as discussions with Sheffield United and Luton Town.