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Jadon Sancho risks being sold in January after refusing to apologise to Erik ten Hag

Manchester United forward Jadon Sancho risks being sold in the January transfer window after refusing to apologise to manager Erik ten Hag for his outburst.

The England international was recently left out of the matchday squad to face Arsenal and following the game, Ten Hag said that he was poor in training.

Sancho publicly disagreed with the manager’s comments with a social media statement where he said that the reason provided was ‘completely untrue’.

The attacker has now been ‘banished‘ from first-team training after refusing to issue an apology to Ten Hag, and he won’t be available for selection.

He is unlikely to return until a resolution is found. In our view, he risks the possibility of being sold if he does not change his stance in the near future.

United opened the possibility of offloading Sancho before the summer transfer deadline, and The Athletic reveal that talks were held with Saudi clubs.

They were quoted with a price of £65 million for the forward. Though a deal did not materialise, there could be fresh interest at the start of January.

Sancho has not given any indication that he would be open to leaving United, but it could become a possibility if he continues his fall-out with Ten Hag.

The Dutch tactician is a strong disciplinarian, and there could be no way back for Sancho into the team unless he is prepared to accept his wrongdoing.

It will be interesting to see how his situation unfolds over the coming weeks. For now, the Englishman has been asked to train away from the first-team.

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