Transfer Talk: Sancho open to United exit after Ten Hag fallout
Jadon Sancho is open to an exit from Manchester United in January after being frozen out of the first team by manager Erik ten Hag.
The Dutchman openly criticised the England international after the defeat to Arsenal a few weeks ago and Sancho took to social media to vent his frustrations.
He has since been made to train on his own at Carrington and the club released a statement saying that he will remain away from the squad while a disciplinary matter is resolved.
The 23-year-old has recently deleted his 110-word statement that was posted online but the Evening Standard report that the skilful winger is now keen to leave last year's Carabao Cup winners.
Sancho's former club Borussia Dortmund have been touted as a potential destination for the No25, while Nottingham Forest have also been identified as a surprise contender.
Saudi Arabian clubs have shown interest in the 23-cap international but the youngster is reluctant to move to the Pro League at his current age.
With three years still left on his current contract, it may be difficult for Sancho to force a move away from Old Trafford in January.
The Red Devils paid a premium fee of £73million for the trickster and are not going to let him leave for just a fraction of that price.
Sancho may yet be able to play his way back into Ten Hag's plans with plenty of time until the January transfer window opens.
In other news
Arsenal are close to tying down club captain Martin Odegaard to a new contract following an impressive campaign last season, according to ESPN.
Football Insider claim that Bayern Munich could revisit a move for Chelsea defender Trevoh Chalobah in January after failing to land him on deadline day.
Sources in Spain suggest that Manchester City went all out to sign Barcelona youngster Lamine Yamal in the summer but the LaLiga champions were not entertaining any offers.