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Jadon Sancho on the VERGE of sensational Borussia Dortmund RETURN

Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho finds himself on the verge of a sensational loan move back to Borussia Dortmund.

The rift between Sancho and United manager Erik ten Hag seems to have escalated, leading to a potential January transfer window return for the 23-year-old English talent to Signal Iduna Park.

Sancho’s tumultuous journey at Manchester United took an unexpected turn when he refused to apologize to manager Erik ten Hag for a social media post.

This incident followed his omission from the squad during September’s defeat against Arsenal, a decision that ten Hag claimed was based on Sancho’s performance in training.

Sancho vehemently denied the manager’s accusations, alleging that he was being unfairly scapegoated for the team’s struggles.

This disagreement led to Sancho’s exclusion from the first-team setup, with the player training away from the main squad, leaving his future at Old Trafford uncertain.

It appears that Borussia Dortmund are eager to capitalize on the strained relationship between Sancho and Manchester United.

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The Bundesliga club are reportedly open to offering the English winger a lifeline by securing his return on loan for the remainder of the season.

While the specifics of the deal are yet to be finalized, sources suggest that any potential agreement might require Manchester United to subsidize a significant portion of Sancho’s wages.

Given the substantial increase in wages Sancho received upon joining the Red Devils for £73 million in July 2021, this financial arrangement is crucial for making the loan move feasible.

Should the negotiations reach a successful resolution, Sancho could soon find himself back in familiar surroundings at Signal Iduna Park, reigniting his career in the Bundesliga.

As the January transfer window progresses, fans will be eager to see whether this deal comes to fruition and whether Sancho can reignite his career in the familiar black and yellow of Borussia Dortmund.