Jadon Sancho's end at Manchester United appears to be imminent, after the English club made another move to isolate the player from manager Erik ten Hag's squad.
Sancho's crisis with United began after he got into a verbal clash with Ten Hag after the Arsenal game, and then a number of disciplinary decisions were taken against him, the most important of which was not training with the first team or using the club's facilities.
In recent days, reports have emerged that the England international is likely to leave Manchester United in the upcoming winter transfer market permanently, which is already confirmed by some steps.
According to The Sun, Sancho has been removed from United's WhatsApp group, in which Ten Hag and his coaching staff provide key instructions and information to the players.
Sancho, 23, joined the Reds from Dortmund in the summer of 2021 for €85 million, but for more than two years he has failed to present himself and prove his worth of the huge number Man United paid for him.
Over the course of 82 games in all competitions, Sancho has scored 12 goals and assisted 6 others, although with Dortmund he has assisted 64 goals and scored 50 others in 137 games.
Sancho could return to the German club in January, and Juventus have also been floated as one of those interested in signing the son of Manchester City's academy.