Next week, Borussia Dortmund would like Jadon Sancho to be a part of their training camp in Marbella.
Talks are still ongoing on a Manchester United loan that would last six months. Dortmund is aware of the risk involved with his absence from games during the past few months.
However, Dortmund feels Sancho can make an instant impact on the club because he is healthy, injury-free, and eager to play.
Most supporters are in favour of the transfer. In his initial stint at the club, he was well-liked.
It is believed that preliminary discussions have been held on a season-long loan agreement that would allow Sancho to rejoin the Bundesliga team.
In a £73 million transfer, Man Utd acquired Sancho from Dortmund in the summer of 2021.
The England international’s Old Trafford deal is set to expire in 2026, but United has the option to extend it by one more year.
Sancho has not appeared on the pitch for United since the team’s 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest on 26 August at Old Trafford. This was the result of a public spat with manager Erik ten Hag over the forward’s unsatisfactory training performances.
The 23-year-old has been training apart from the first team and has not been included in a single matchday squad since taking to social media to criticize Ten Hag’s claims.
With no end in sight to the standoff, United has been open to offers for the winger, who may now be headed back to Dortmund; however, all transfer decisions this month must be consulted with INEOS owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who has acquired a quarter of Manchester United and assumed control of football operations.