“If only 300 million won a week is paid”… I can leave Manchester United: “I want a loan in January”

Can Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho (23) leave in the winter transfer market?

British media outlet ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 7th (Korean time), “Juventus is interested in signing Sancho on loan in the January transfer market.”

British media ‘The Sun’ said, “If Manchester United agrees to pay 175,000 pounds (about 288 million won), half of Sancho’s weekly salary of 350,000 pounds (about 577 million won), Juventus will sign a loan contract. “We can make a deal,” he said. Juventus wants weekly support.

He added, “Juventus is likely to sign a permanent transfer deal with Sancho next summer.”

Sancho was the biggest player in the European soccer transfer market during his time at Dortmund. Ranked top in the German Bundesliga in scoring and assists. Not only Manchester United but also big clubs lined up to see Sancho. Manchester United won the recruitment battle and succeeded in bringing in Sancho for a transfer fee of 73 million pounds (about 120.5 billion won).

However, he had no presence after joining Manchester United. The influence he showed during his two seasons was not great. It was similar under coach Erik ten Haag last season. He only scored 7 goals and 3 assists in 41 total games. Voices criticizing Sancho have grown among Manchester United fans. At the same time, he became the subject of transfer rumors this summer. In particular, it was linked to Tottenham.토토사이트

Sancho remained with the team despite several transfer rumors. However, the conflict with coach Ten Haag grew even greater. This is because there was a conflict of opinion over whether to appoint him or not. Manager Ten Haag explained the reason for excluding Sancho from the list for the 4th round match against Arsenal in the Premier League, claiming, “He did not perform well in training.”

Sancho refuted this claim. Sancho complained of injustice through his social networking service (SNS) account, saying, “I was well trained. There must be another reason. I have been a scapegoat for a long time.”

Afterwards, the atmosphere within the team became chaotic. Sancho lost the opportunity to play and was even excluded from first-team training. An apology is needed for Sancho to resolve the conflict with coach Ten Haag and play again. He advised his colleagues, including Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw, to apologize. But Sancho refused. At the same time, he was informed that he could not use the first team facilities.

It seems clear that he will leave Manchester United. The biggest question is where to go in the January transfer market. He participated with his former team, Borussia Dortmund, before being recruited by Juventus. What remains is expected to be negotiations on the rental transfer fee and weekly wages.