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Man Utd want Juventus to contribute 70 percent of Jadon Sancho’s wages for loan deal

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Manchester United want Juventus to contribute 70 percent of Jadon Sancho’s wages to sign him on loan in January, according to Calciomercato.

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

The club have made the decision to offload him in January and Juventus are reportedly keen on signing him on a temporary deal.

Calciomercato now reveal that United are prepared to sanction a loan exit, provided Juventus cover 70 per cent of his salary.

Sancho is currently one of the highest earners at United with annual wages of €20 million.

Juventus will need to cover €7m over six months. While a deal is difficult, it is not impossible for them, as per Calciomercato.

Sancho likely to leave on loan this winter

Sancho criticised Ten Hag for lying earlier this season after the Dutchman dropped him for the Arsenal game due to his poor attitude in training.

The €85 million signing deleted his statement on social media after the first international break, but he has refused to apologise to the manager.

As a result, he has no way back into the first-team squad and the decision has been made to offload him when the transfer window reopens.

A permanent departure seems unlikely with his lack of game time over recent months. It could be a loan deal until the end of the campaign.

Juventus are capable of meeting his weekly salary in the short term, but the big question is whether they can afford him on a long-term deal.

With Italy scrapping the Italian Growth Decree, Serie A clubs can no longer benefit from 50 per cent tax savings on net wages of foreign players joining the league for the first time.

If the Bianconeri want to sign Sancho on a permanent deal in future, he may need to accept a huge pay-cut. United may also have to compensate him with a sizeable pay-off.

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