The public altercation that took place between the England international and the manager Erik ten Hag led to the player’s dismissal from the Manchester United squad.
Sancho has not participated in a league game since August, and there are rumors going around that the Red Devils are putting in a lot of effort to find a way to release him in January’s transfer window.
There is a desire on the part of Manchester United to reclaim as much of the £73 million that they spent on the 23-year-old player. Juventus is still interested in Sancho despite the fact that they do not have a lot of money to invest during the winter transfer window.
Sancho has expressed his desire to play for Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, the league in which he has enjoyed a great deal of success in the past.
In the event that Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund are able to reach an agreement that is beneficial to both parties, Ten Hag may be able to get a young and dynamic winger.
A German transfer analyst named Christian Falk asserts that the two parties are “meeting today” to discuss the possibility of a trade deal in which Donyell Malen, a Dutch forward, would move to Old Trafford the following month and Sancho would go back to Dortmund.
Despite the fact that Erik ten Hag’s squad has “shown interest in Malen,” the top team in the Bundesliga will only allow Malen to leave if they are willing to deal with Sancho or if they are willing to pay €30 million (£25.7 million).
Malen signed a contract with Dortmund during the summer of 2021, while Sancho signed a contract with Manchester United. Up to this point, he has participated in 92 games and has scored a remarkable 24 goals.
Ten Hag is attempting to increase the amount of competition for players such as Antony and Alejandro Garnacho, and it is possible that he will end up being a positive addition for Manchester United.
Given the fact that Sancho’s previous stay at Dortmund was so fruitful, the source claims that a return to Germany would “appeal to Sancho.”
After spending four seasons with Manchester City, the winger made his debut for Dortmund in 2017. He was only 17 years old at the time this happened.
During this time, Sancho was able to win the German Cup as well as the German Super Cup by scoring 50 goals and assisting 64 others in 137 games.
Despite the fact that Sancho had already established himself as one of the best young players in the world at the time, he struggled to keep up that level of play because he was playing in the Premier League.