Man U rejected Dortmund’s demands.

“Manchester United have reportedly rejected specific requests from Borussia Dortmund as part of talks to sign Jadon Sancho on loan,” Sports Bible reported on July 7 (ET).

Sancho was one of United’s worst players last season. He was nowhere near the player we’ve come to expect from him, and his ups and downs and poor mentality made him an all-around bad player. His high wages and high transfer fee make it difficult to sell him right away, so you’re forced to use him on the bench.

Now there’s another problem. According to British outlet The Telegraph, Sancho is facing a battle to save his United career, with manager Eric ten Hagh bitterly disappointed with his outbursts and behavior.

Since then, Sancho has been excluded from all first-team events at United, and has reportedly been kept away from training, meals, and even senior teammates.

Dortmund quickly approached United and a deal was close to being finalized. However, according to ‘Sky Sports Germany’, Sancho’s move to Dortmund is now close, but negotiations have been slightly delayed due to ‘communication issues’.

Another problem was that Dortmund wanted Sancho on loan with an option to buy, but United rejected that request outright. United rejected the idea that Sancho’s market value would increase if he played for Dortmund on loan, and with Ineos in charge, there might be a new manager who would want to hold onto him in the summer.

As a result, Sancho will return to Dortmund on loan until the end of the season, and it appears to be up to Dortmund to negotiate terms on a permanent deal at a later date if they wish.


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