Manchester United attacking midfielder Jadon Sancho has been banished from all first-team facilities, including the dining room, according to the Daily Mirror.
The England international has been made to train with the academy players since action resumed after the international break for publicly calling out manager Erik ten Hag.
Sancho has refused to apologise as he keeps insisting he has done nothing wrong for defending himself on social media after the Red Devils boss claimed he was not giving his best in training.
As a result, he has been made to stay away from all first-team facilities at the Carrington training base and forced to eat alongside academy players.
The Man United forward is unhappy he has been forbidden from accessing all first-team areas, but sources at the Old Trafford club insist he will not be reintegrated into the senior squad if he does not say sorry to the Dutchman.
An apology has not been forthcoming, and it remains to be seen if Sancho has plans to offer one as he is yet to feel any remorse.
Man United were willing to sell the 23-year-old during the summer transfer window, but a move to clubs outside of Europe did not materialise.
A January exit is on the cards, and AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly keen on bringing Sancho to the Serie A club.
It appears the former Borussia Dortmund star has played his last game for the Red Devils, as there is no way back for him into the main squad if his attitude does not change.
Sancho will not be short of suitors across Europe if he decides to leave Man United in January.
The club will look to bring in a replacement on the wings as they are short of options in the position after Antony was told to stay away until an investigation into allegations of physical assault is concluded.
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