Jadon Sancho’s stance on moving to Saudi Arabia after Manchester United exile
He wants out.
Jadon Sancho wants to remain in Europe and will reject a move to Saudi Arabia in January.
Sancho is refusing to apologise after calling the Dutchman a liar following his decision to drop Sancho for the trip to Arsenal in early September.
Though the winger removed a social media post taking aim at Ten Hag, he has refused to apologise.
Ten Hag has therefore exiled Sancho, forcing him to train alone and away from the first team.
United have received interest from Dortmund and Juventus for Sancho, but neither club could afford a permanent deal.
That is United’s preference, and Saudi Arabian clubs are the only ones that could afford Sancho’s £250,000-a-week wages.
But the Telegraph say Sancho is not interested in a move to the Middle East, and wants to remain in Europe.
A move to former club Dortmund appeals to Sancho. It was in Germany that Sancho became one of the most coveted players in Europe.
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