Jadon Sancho, the Manchester United winger, is facing an uncertain future after being dropped from the squad by manager Erik ten Hag for the match against Arsenal.
This decision came after Ten Hag deemed Sancho’s performances in training to be poor.
Sancho responded by implying on social media that Ten Hag had not been truthful about the reasons for his absence and that he was being made a scapegoat for the team’s poor form.
The two are now set for talks to determine Sancho’s future.
There are reports that a Saudi Arabian club has made an official offer to Sancho’s representatives, potentially leading to a last-minute switch to the Saudi Pro League.
This possibility has angered English clubs, as the transfer window in Saudi Arabia remains open while it has closed in the UK.
Ten Hag may be open to a big-money sale of Sancho, given his apparent discontent with the player.
However, United’s financial restrictions due to FFP regulations have limited their ability to make further signings.
Sancho’s drop in form at United has also resulted in him being excluded from the England squad for the upcoming games.
This article was updated 1 month ago