On Saturday, Man United will play host to Brighton, and it is uncertain if Jadon Sancho will take the field.
In spite of uncertainties around his future, Jadon Sancho arrived at Manchester United’s training facility at 12:30 PM on Monday.
Although United has been contacted for comment, it is anticipated that manager Erik ten Hag will address Sancho’s predicament at his pre-game press conference on Friday.
When Ten Hag explained why Sancho was not included in the matchday squad to face Arsenal, Sancho responded violently, saying, “I will not allow people saying things that [are] completely untrue.”
Sancho posted a 110-word statement on his Twitter page that has since been pinned after Ten Hag claimed that Sancho was benched for the 3-1 loss at the Emirates Stadium owing to his training form.
Prior to the Saudi Pro League’s transfer window closing on Thursday night, United did not completely rule out the idea of Sancho, 23, joining a Saudi club.
Ten Hag, who has repeatedly failed since joining United in July 2021, was reportedly growing impatient with Sancho, according to a story in The Manchester Evening News from April.
Sancho has a deal with United through 2026, and the team has the option of extending it by another year.
Ten Hag stated that Jadon “was [absent] on his performance on the training.” “He wasn’t chosen by us. At Manchester United, you have to perform at a certain level every day, and we can choose who plays on the front line, so he wasn’t chosen for this match.
Don’t believe everything you read, Sancho said. I won’t put up with individuals stating things that are entirely false; this week, I behaved admirably during training. I’ve been made the scapegoat for a very long time, which is unfair, so I don’t think there are any other explanations for this issue.