SANCH-NO GO

The English winger (23) was exiled from the senior squad after publicly slamming Erik ten Hag.

Ten Hag accused Sancho of not training well enough to warrant a place in United’s matchday squad to face Arsenal on September 3.

But Sancho hit back on social media, describing himself as a “scapegoat” and essentially calling his manager a liar.

Sancho has not featured for the club since and was banished from first-team training under Ten Hag’s ruthless stance – with some team-mates disagreeing with the Dutchman’s call.

And now the Mirror report he is not allowed to go into any of the areas at Carrington for the senior men’s team – including the canteen.

It means Sancho is eating alongside the Red Devils academy players – as well as training with them – with no return date to get back into the first-team fold.

Ten Hag, though, is said to be willing to relent and welcome Sancho back with open arms – on one critical condition.

A source told the Mirror: “There is an easy way to resolve this situation, which is for Jadon to say sorry to the manager.

“Something has to give – and it won’t be the manager.”

Should no resolution be found, Ten Hag will surely be keen to sell Sancho in 2024.

A move to Saudi Arabia would likely be on the cards, especially given Sancho is earning a reported £350 000 per week at Old Trafford.

Although reports in Italy suggest Jose Mourinho wants to sign the outcast winger for Roma while former club Borussia Dortmund could offer him an escape route back to Germany.

Ex-Manchester City youngster Sancho joined United from Dortmund for £73 million in 2021.

The 23-cap Three Lions international, though, has struggled to deliver with just 12 goals in 82 Red Devils appearances.

Last season, Ten Hag permitted the player to miss four months as he dealt with physical and mental issues.

Sancho’s exile as well as Antony’s current leave amid allegations of domestic violence has left Ten Hag short of options on the right wing in recent matches.

United scraped past Burnley 1-0 on Saturday to make it three wins and three defeats from their six Premier League matches this season. The Sun.

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