Man United ‘refuse to enter talks with Juventus over potential Jadon Sancho loan move as club wait for permanent bids for Old Trafford outcast’
- Jadon Sancho remains banished from the first team squad and is training alone
- Juve had been interested in taking the Englishman on loan in January
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Manchester United have reportedly shut down attempts from Juventus to try and negotiate a loan move for outcast Jadon.
Sancho looks to have no future at Old Trafford with the forward currently training on his own at the academy and barred from using first team facilities at United’s Carrington training base.
Sancho’s exile followed the winger publicly branding manager Erik ten Hag a liar over his reasons for dropping him for the 3-1 away defeat by Arsenal in September.
And Fabrizio Romano claims Juve had hoped to offer a temporary solution but United are looking for a permanent one.
He tweeted: ‘Understand Juventus asked for information on Jadon Sancho deal in recent days.
Man United have refused to talk with Juventus about a possible loan deal for Jadon Sancho
‘He’s set to leave Man United in January, Juve are interested but only on loan plus part of salary covered by #MUFC.
‘No negotiations yet as Man Utd prefer to wait for permanent deal bids.’
A number of Audi Arabian clubs are believed to be interested in Sancho and United will no doubt be hoping to sell to the highest bidder.
Sancho joined the Red Devils for a fee of £73m but was never able to find the form that made him a star for Borussia Dortmund.
Sancho’s exile followed the winger publicly branding manager Erik ten Hag a liar
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