Man United plan talks with Sancho ahead of next move

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Before making a decision about Jadon Sancho’s future, Manchester United is reportedly holding talks with him.

Sancho and manager Erik ten Hag got into a public altercation in August, which prevented Sancho from playing for United. 

He helped the Bundesliga team go to the Champions League final, where they were defeated 2-0 by Real Madrid on Saturday, after being loaned to his old club Borussia Dortmund in January. 

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Before determining what to do this summer, United wants to talk to Sancho.

 Before the start of preseason training, the 24-year-old and his representatives will speak with director of football negotiations Matt Hargreaves and technical director Jason Wilcox about the current state of affairs. 

Prior to their first friendly match against Rosenborg in Norway on July 15, United players who are not competing in international competitions this summer are anticipated to rejoin the team in July. 

According to source, a transfer is still the most likely result, but a permanent move would be challenging given Sancho’s hefty salary and considerable market value.

Although they would prefer to work out a new loan agreement, Borussia Dortmund is eager to sign the England forward again. 

Sancho is willing to rejoin Dortmund even if his contract with United expires in 2026. While United waits to formally name Dan Ashworth as their new sports director, Wilcox and Hargreaves are in charge of the team’s summer transfer window.

Newcastle United’s demands for compensation exceeding £20 million have caused attempts to bring in Ashworth to stall. 

The recruitment team at United has compiled a list of possible targets to bolster all sections of the team, with priority slots going to centre-back, central midfield, and striker.

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