In a message posted to Twitter on Sunday, Sancho took aim at Erik ten Hag in response to the Dutchman’s assertions that he was benched against Arsenal because of his training-session performance.
Clubs in Saudi Arabia have expressed interest in Sancho over the past 48 hours as a result of his statement casting doubt on his future at the club.
There is not much time left to agree on a cost before the transfer window ends in the area on Thursday night.
The Athletic claims that United are not interested in any trade after Al Ettifaq floated the notion of a loan agreement.
Although the two have not yet spoken about Sunday’s incident, Ten Hag will meet with Sancho this week to try to make things right.
United may require Sancho in the upcoming months due to Amad Diallo’s injury and the uncertainty surrounding Antony’s future.
Following his £73 million transfer from Dortmund to the club in 2021, he has had a trying two years.
Sancho’s salary of about £250,000 per week would put most clubs in the globe off.
Since Sancho was left off of England’s World Cup team in December, the winger’s reputation has dropped precipitously in the past 24 months.