Jadon Sancho was seen at Carrington after Manchester United released him.

Jadon Sancho was seen on Saturday at Carrington while exercising separately from Man United’s first team.

On Saturday afternoon, Jadon Sancho was at Carrington while his Manchester United teammates were getting ready to play Brighton.

Sancho was seen watching some of the Under-18s’ game against Nottingham Forest while dressed in his own clothes.

When asked about the incident before the weekend, the manager said that he inherited a “no good culture” at the club as a result of the player’s disagreement with Erik ten Hag on social media.

Sancho is currently training separately from the first squad and won’t be selected until the problem is fixed.

A Sancho is presently undergoing separate training from the first squad and won’t be chosen until the issue has been resolved.

On Friday, Ten Hag stated: “I believe everything has been said [about Sancho].” As I already stated, the team is strong and in a positive frame of mind before the game.

They (the players) are very good since there are occasionally setbacks in seasons, players get hurt, or they are unavailable for various reasons, so you build a squad. The team is very strong, and the players are driven to do well.

The key phrase is strict line. The club wanted me to establish certain standards because there was a bad culture prior to last season, and I did just that. I’m in charge of maintaining the standards.

It takes a long time to reach a decision about strict lines, so it’s never just one mistake that someone does. You must be strong, without a doubt, if staff, players, or anyone else crosses lines inside the framework.

Sancho is believed to be willing to leave United if his circumstances don’t improve before January.

 

 

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