Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has confirmed that Jadon Sancho won’t be available for today’s Premier League clash against Brentford at Old Trafford.
The 23-year-old was suspended by the Red Devils last month following his public outburst over Ten Hag’s comments over him after the 3-1 league defeat at Arsenal.
Sancho has since refused to apologise to the manager and as a result, there is speculation that he could leave the club when the transfer window reopens in January.
Speaking in yesterday’s pre-match press conference, Ten Hag said that nothing has changed with regards to Sancho and he’s not part of the squad to face the Bees today.
He told Manutd.com: “I am sorry but there’s nothing [that has] changed and he’s not available, so he’s not part [of the squad]. So I don’t have any comment on that.”
Sancho still has time to redeem himself at Man Utd
The Englishman has endured a difficult three-year period with the Red Devils. He let out his frustration last month after he was dropped from the matchday squad against Arsenal.
In our opinion, he was wrong to do it through a public platform and there is no way back for him unless he is prepared to apologise to the head coach in the same manner.
The €45 million-rated star still has time on his hands to revive his United career. If he shows no remorse in the coming weeks, the club could contemplate parting ways with him.
Sancho will most likely leave on an initial loan deal in January. Roma and Barcelona have been credited with an interest in signing the former Borussia Dortmund attacker.
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