“Don’t suffer there, come home.”

‘Don’t suffer there, come home.

German Bundesliga club Dortmund and English Premier League side Manchester United have begun talks in earnest. Negotiations have begun to bring Jadon Sancho back to Dortmund after he became a “pariah” at United. The interests are perfectly aligned. United want to get rid of Sancho as soon as possible, and Dortmund want to take back their de facto franchise star and resurrect him. It’s possible an agreement could be reached quickly.

British outlet HITC reported on January 3 that “Manchester United have opened talks with Dortmund over the transfer of Sancho,” adding to the ongoing saga of the January transfer window. Sancho is currently a de facto ‘blacklisted’ player at United. He hasn’t played a single game for the club since August last year against Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford. Not only that, but he’s been completely excluded from the first-team squad and has been training on his own at a training ground used by youth players.

The reason for this is that Sancho publicly sniped at manager Eric ten Hagg on social media after the Nottingham game. He claimed he was the victim of discrimination. Van Gaal was furious. He immediately removed Sancho from the first team. The club and veteran players tried to mediate between them, 카지노사이트 but Sancho’s refusal to apologize completely destroyed the relationship. Sancho is no longer playing for United.

United are looking to sell him in the January transfer window.

The club that has shown the most interest in Sancho is his “home team” Dortmund. ‘Sancho would prefer a return to the German Bundesliga to a move elsewhere in Europe, such as Spain or Italy,’ says HITC Football, ‘and while the likes of RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen have been linked with him in recent weeks, Dortmund have been at the forefront of the chase.

Dortmund still have a soft spot for Sancho. Sancho joined Dortmund in 2017, when he was just 17 years old, and has developed into a superstar. Over the course of four years, he became one of Dortmund’s signature stars, earning the title of ‘best talent in Europe’. It was for this reason that United made a huge £73 million ($120.6 billion) move for Sancho in 2021. However, Sancho ultimately failed at United, and not only that, but he was treated like a complete liability. Dortmund would love to have him back and recreate the form he once had as their ace in the hole.

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