Dortmund to extend loan, ‘the man’ says he’ll play for Man Utd without Tenakh

Borussia Dortmund’s love affair with Jadon Sancho is a big one.

The Mirror, a British publication, reported on Monday (Jan. 19) the complicated situation of Sancho, who joined Dortmund on loan from Manchester United.

Sancho left United in the winter transfer window and joined Dortmund on loan. In addition to his negative attitude towards head coach Eric ten Haag, Sancho himself was banned from the first-team training ground for indiscipline.

Coincidentally, Sancho has been playing consistently for Dortmund. Dortmund are far from winning the league title, but they are tied with Leipzig for the fourth spot in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) next season with 56 points and are fifth on goal difference. With five games remaining and a head-to-head matchup, this could be a watershed moment for the fourth spot.

Unlike the league, in the UCL, we’re through to the quarterfinals. Dortmund are the opposite of United, who were eliminated in the group stage. After losing the first leg 1-2 to Atletico Madrid, they bounced back with a 4-2 win in the second leg to win 5-4 on aggregate. They will face Lee Kang-in’s Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the final.

Sancho is under contract at United until June 2026. The media reported that ‘Dortmund want to keep Sancho next season. They hope to convince United to send him back on loan.

It would cost Dortmund £40 million to buy Sancho outright. The outlet quotes a source inside United as saying that ‘United are willing to send Sancho back on loan.

If Van Gaal is still in charge of United next season, it is unlikely that Sancho will play for the club upon his return. Instead, Dortmund boss Dane Terzic could leave if the club fails to finish in the top four of the league this season, but he is reportedly keen to keep Sancho 메이저토토사이트 once they reach the top four of the UCL.

On the contrary, the UK’s Eyenews reports that “Sancho is open to a return to United next season”. This is in direct contradiction to the Mirror.

The prerequisite is that Van Gaal leaves. The Dutchman is tied to United until the summer of 2025, but the new management is reportedly looking to shake things up, with Roberto De Zerbi’s appointment as Brighton & Hove Albion manager in mind.

Sancho is said to be keen to start his career at United again, as long as he doesn’t have to deal with Ten Haag. In order to get back into a United shirt, the Red Devils will need to perform poorly in their remaining games. Currently, United are in seventh place with 50 points after 32 games. They are just three points behind ninth-place Chelsea (47 points). In the FA Cup, they are in the last four and will face Coventry City for a place in the final.

New technical director Walcott has confirmed that he wants to give Sancho a chance. The complex internal situation has left Sancho at a crossroads.


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