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Man Utd told to be ‘relieved to get £5m back’ for ‘deadweight’ whose agent ‘deserves a slap’.



Manchester United is “ecstatic to receive £5 million back” for a “deadweight” whose agent “deserves a slap.”Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan believes Manchester United should be “glad to receive £5 million back” for Jadon Sancho, who is destined for Borussia Dortmund.

In 2021, the Red Devils acquired Sancho from Dortmund for £72 million in exchange for his services at Old Trafford. Prior to that, he had contributed eight goals and eleven assists in 26 Bundesliga matches for Dortmund.


Sancho arrived at Old Trafford as one of the most sought-after prospects in international football, but his tenure has been a living torment for both Manchester United and Sancho.


The 23-year-old started the Red Devils’ first three matches of the season off the substitute before being left out of the squad in early September for their 3-1 loss to Arsenal.Erik ten Hag asserted that the England international was omitted due to his subpar training performances, but Sancho denied this on social media and insisted he was being used as a “scapegoat” for the team’s disappointing start to the season.


The Manchester United winger ultimately removed the post; however, he has been disciplined to train away from the first-team facilities for refusing to apologize to Ten Hag regarding the incident.


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Dortmund is nearing a decision to reassign Sancho on loan until the conclusion of the current campaign. According to The Athletic, the Bundesliga club’s “heavily subsidised engagement will cost them only €3 million all-in until May.”Danny Murphy and former Palace chairman Jordan have both commented on the disastrous acquisition and believe that all parties are partially to blame.


Murphy stated on talkSPORT, “I find it absurd that it has come to this conclusion from both sides, and whoever is in charge of his management deserves a slap in the chops for the poor manner in which he has conducted himself.”


Jordan further stated, “He never earned £300,000 per week prior to this.” In my opinion, he is not an exceptionally exceptional competitor. They attempted to purchase him the year prior, but are now encountering an obstacle in their endeavor to dispose of him.


“I would be relieved to receive £5 million in return for him if I were United.” His history includes serving as a deadweight for United and the club, and exhibiting such conduct. Possibly because Ten Hag didn’t want to put up with it, he has done it previously.


Fabrizio Romano, an authority on transfers, has provided the most recent information regarding Sancho’s impending loan move to Dortmund.”Jadon Sancho’s travel arrangements to Marbella to attend the BVB training camp are being finalized in consultation with Manchester United,” Romano wrote in his Caught Offside column. Approximately €4 million will be charged in fees, including loan and salary coverage.