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Man United have ‘not yet given up’ on Borrusia Dortmund forward with three years left on Reds contract after impressive champions league final display

With three years remaining on the forward’s contract from Dortmund, Man United has “not yet given up” on him despite his outstanding performance in the Champions League Final.
Man United continues to think Jadon Sancho has a future at the team.

This season, Manchester United Football Club has had to deal with a lot of off-field distractions. Erik ten Hag has not had an easy time, between the ownership transfer and Antony’s legal troubles.

The very public fallout with Jadon Sancho was perhaps the biggest problem facing United’s Dutch manager. From then on, the Englishman was completely excluded from the Reds team.

Sancho would eventually go on loan to Borussia Dortmund. The winger has a Champions League final to look forward to, but he would start slowly.

By all accounts, BVB is happy with his work and would like to have him return permanently, but closing a deal is a difficult task.

According to an intriguing update from ESPN regarding Sancho’s future, United has “not yet given up” on the out-of-favour player.

With three years remaining on his Reds contract, the Englishman’s contract situation could play a role in that.

It also comes down to Ten Hag’s uncertain future because, should the former Ajax boss stay in power, Sancho will not be able to return.

The article emphasizes Sancho’s extraordinary innate talent along with a few minor off-field mishaps, such as arriving late for meetings and training.

But it doesn’t seem like United is ready to give up on the winger just yet. He is still a very young man, after all.

This might imply that Ten Hag’s demise has already been determined, which would be disheartening considering the FA Cup victory.

To be completely honest with you, I must say that I would be quite disappointed if Sancho were to return to United. He is talented, no doubt about it, but INEOS has been transparent about their desire to reduce player power. It simply conveys the erroneous meaning entirely.

Sancho may cost United a lot of money to replace, but that’s okay. No player is greater than the team on their own.

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