BREAKING NEWS:Fresh details emerge of Jadon Sancho’s Man Utd exile as new favourite for January transfer revealed with clubs making a move to finalize the deal.

Fresh details of Jadon Sancho’s Manchester United exile have emerged.Sancho has not featured for United since publicly falling out with manager Erik ten Hag in the wake of United’s 3-1 defeat to Arsenal on September 3.The England international was not selected as part of United’s squad for that game, a decision which Ten Hag subsequently explained was down to the players’ performances in training.Sancho snapped back later that evening on social media, insisting that the suggestion his training was not up to standard was “completely untrue” and that he had been made a “scapegoat” for a long time.

The winger has been exiled ever since, with it having been widely reported that the only remedy for a return to the fold would be deleting the post, which has happened, and an apology, which has not.Since, Sancho has been training either solo or with academy players and is not allowed to use senior facilities.As per the Athletic, the player has parked his car near the academy building and readied himself for training there before going out to adjacent pitches.

While changing into his gear, he has to lock himself inside the academy dressing room as a safeguarding directive, ensuring he does not inadvertently mix with any underage players.Sancho is also allegedly prohibited from using the first-team canteen, with his food having to be brought to him in a lunch box across the walkway.With the January transfer window approaching, the publication claimed Saudi Arabia is the most plausible route to a Sancho departure, with European teams likely to struggle to meet Sancho’s £200,000 per week wages.His former club Borussia Dortmund allegedly can not afford even half that salary.

Moreover, the Athletic have suggested Juventus could make an approach, while Sancho’s connections with London allegedly make Chelsea a possible option

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