Jadon Sancho takes down a social media post criticizing Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United.

Before the first international break of the year, Jadon Sancho of Manchester United and Erik ten Hag got into an amazing conversation.

In a shocking social media post, Jadon Sancho attacked Erik ten Hag. He has since deleted the tweet.

During the first international break of the season, an astonishing argument between Sancho and Manchester United boss Ten Hag gained attention when the forward was left out of the matchday squad against Arsenal. Ten Hag attributed his choice to Sancho’s poor training efforts, in his opinion.

In a later-deleted comment posted on X (formerly Twitter), the 23-year-old responded immediately. Ten Hag was believed to have maintained his position on his first remarks, and the former Borussia Dortmund player was scheduled to return to Carrington on Monday afternoon for talks with the boss about his future.

When he does his subsequent pre-game press conference, Ten Hag is anticipated to officially address that saga. On Saturday at 3 p.m., United will open its campaign against Brighton, and the Dutchman is scheduled to address the day before.

Ten Hag first provided this justification for Sancho’s exclusion against Arsenal: “Jadon was [not picked] on his performance [levels] in 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.

Sancho, though, disagreed with Ten Hag’s opinion. Please don’t believe everything you read, he said in a succinct comment on X. I won’t put up with people making outright false statements… I’ve behaved myself admirably this week during training.

I feel there are further factors at play, but I won’t elaborate because I’ve unfairly served as the scapegoat for so long. I just want to have fun while playing football and do my part for the squad.







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