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Juventus eyeing January move for Man Utd outcast Jadon Sancho

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Serie A giants Juventus are interested in signing Manchester United outcast Jadon Sancho on loan during the January transfer window, according to SOS Fanta.

The England international is currently suspended by the Red Devils following his public outburst towards manager Erik ten Hag following the defeat at Arsenal.

Back then, Ten Hag mentioned that Sancho was dropped from the game due to his poor attitude in training. This did not go well with the forward who criticised him of lying.

The 23-year-old has been training away from the first-team squad since and SOS Fanta report that United have already made the decision to offload him in January.

Juventus are keen on signing him on a loan deal and it is claimed that United will have to contribute part of his wages in order for a move to materialise this winter.

The Red Devils are said to prefer his permanent exit with interest from Saudi Arabia. There is a possibility that Borussia Dortmund could also try to re-sign him.

Sancho more likely to leave on loan

The €85 million signing featured off the bench in the first three games this season before being dropped. There is no way back for him after he refused to apologise.

The decision has been made to part ways with Sancho in January, but it is unlikely that any European club will spend big on a player, who has not played competitive football for two months.

There is interest coming from Saudi Arabia but Sancho is not keen on moving to the Middle East. He turned down an opportunity before the summer transfer deadline.

Juventus and Dortmund are possible destinations for the forward. The Bianconeri may not sign him permanently in our opinion unless he is prepared to accept a huge pay-cut.

With Serie A abolishing the Italian Growth Decree from January next year, clubs won’t benefit from 50 per cent tax reductions on the net salaries of players from overseas.