Borussia Dortmund is reportedly open to bringing Jadon Sancho back from Manchester United in the upcoming January transfer window, according to sources at ESPN. While Dortmund has publicly denied interest in re-signing the winger, behind the scenes, there is a willingness to explore the possibility, provided the financial terms align with their interests.
The most likely scenario for Sancho’s return to Dortmund would be a short-term loan until the end of the season. However, such a move would still require Manchester United to cover a portion of Sancho’s substantial £300,000-a-week wage.
Sancho’s History with Dortmund
Jadon Sancho, now 23, had previously spent four years at Borussia Dortmund from 2017 to 2021 before joining Manchester United. He maintains a connection with the team’s coach, Edin Terzic.
Manchester United is open to considering offers for Sancho in the January transfer window. The club appears prepared to support their current manager, Erik ten Hag, in his stance on squad discipline.
Sancho’s absence from the United squad has been notable, as he has not played for the team since August. This exclusion from the squad is the result of his public disagreement with Ten Hag’s decision to drop him for a match against Arsenal, a dispute that took place on September 3.
The possibility of Jadon Sancho returning to Borussia Dortmund in January has created a buzz in the football world. As negotiations progress, the outcome will depend on various factors, including financial arrangements and the willingness of both clubs to reach an agreement. Sancho’s future in the upcoming transfer window will be closely watched by fans and pundits alike, as it could potentially mark a significant return to his former club in Germany.
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