"Truth revealed" - 53 years-old Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag explains real hidden reason why Jadon Sancho had to leave Manchester United - sportupdate
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“Truth revealed” – 53 years-old Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag explains real hidden reason why Jadon Sancho had to leave Manchester United




A disagreement between Jadon Sancho and Erik ten Hag led to the latter’s decision to loan Sancho to Borussia Dortmund for the remainder of the current season.

It has been asserted by Erik ten Hag that Manchester United has been dealing with ‘problems’ with Jadon Sancho throughout his whole tenure at the club, beginning with his arrival at Old Trafford.

Sancho was acquired by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from Borussia Dortmund during the summer of 2021. Following a disagreement with Ten Hag, the winger has since re-signed with the German club.


Following Sancho’s absence from the squad that was scheduled to play Arsenal in September, a public conflict ensued between him and his manager. As a consequence, he was expelled from the first team, and earlier this week, he made his way to Dortmund on loan for the duration of the season.

During his first season in the Bundesliga, Dortmund had their own discipline problems with Sancho, and during his time with United, he was known to be late to training at Carrington. Both of these incidents occurred during Sancho’s time with Dortmund.

Ten Hag recently gave an interview to Sky Sports, during which he stated that the problems that United was having with Sancho had been going on for some time before he was named manager.

It is now Dortmund that he is.” Consequently, after he was signed, which was a year prior to the time that I was here, there were problems. We have had problems throughout the entire process, and as a result, you can conclude that his time spent at Manchester United has not been a success up to this point,” Ten Hag stated.

Since he is now returning to Borussia Dortmund, I want to wish him the very best of luck in his future endeavors. The hope that he is doing well there and that he will be successful is shared by all of us. Once more, we shall simply wait and see what the future holds.

In response to the question of whether or not Sancho’s apology would have been sufficient to resolve the matter, Ten Hag stated, “We have said that before.” And I don’t want to keep going back to the point each and every time. It is quite evident that he is aware of the actions that he ought to do.

It was also so evident and clear about his performance, so let’s put an end to this dispute. We wish him the best of luck and wish him the best of luck in Dortmund.

On the other hand, former interim manager Ralf Rangnick also gave an interview to Sky Germany this week, in which he asserted that he did not have any issues with Sancho’s discipline.

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