Officiall.. Manchester United loaned the “Ten Hag victim” to Dortmund

Jadon Sancho moved on loan from Manchester United to Borussia Dortmund with a contract extending for only six months until the end of the current season.

Sancho suffered a lot in the past months after his quarrel with coach Erik ten Hag in the second match of the English Premier League due to the Dutchman’s decision to exclude him.

The England international has not played any match since last September, and has been banned from training with the first team or even sharing the locker room with senior United players.

Ultimately, after pressure from the player, Sancho left on loan to Dortmund, returning again to the Red Devils next season.

The deal faltered somewhat in recent days due to United’s refusal to place a compulsory purchase clause in the summer, and indeed the English club’s management ultimately had what it wanted.

Sancho was active with Dortmund for four years, during which he achieved many individual achievements, until United bought him for more than 80 million euros in the summer of 2021.

But over the course of three years with United, the 23-year-old failed to leave his mark on the Theater of Dreams, as he scored 12 goals and made only 6 assists during 82 matches in all tournaments.

It is noteworthy that Sancho is the third to leave United this winter after Donny van de Beek was loaned to Eintracht Frankfurt and Sergio Reguilon was returned to Tottenham.

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