As reported by the Sun, Manchester United player Jadon Sancho has reportedly been excluded from the club’s WhatsApp group used by manager Erik ten Hag and his staff to communicate information about upcoming games and training sessions.
The winger has faced disciplinary action from the Red Devils, including suspension from the first team and exclusion from first-team facilities, following a public dispute with Ten Hag on social media.
Despite efforts from teammates, staff, and club officials, he has not issued an apology or mended the relationship with the manager.
As a further measure, Sancho has now been removed from the club’s WhatsApp group, indicating a growing divide and uncertainty about his future with the team.
The former Borussia Dortmund star’s departure in January seems likely, with several clubs expressing interest in signing him.
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Clubs like Dortmund, as well as Juventus, are linked with a move. Despite his immense potential, his return to England with United in 2021 has been marred by struggles, and his attitude in training and off the pitch has raised concerns that he will need to address to revive his career elsewhere.
There seems no turning back for the player at this moment and the gaffer has also kept a safe distance from this issue.
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We believe there will not be any changes to this situation until and unless the player apologizes for his behaviour.