“BREAKING NEWS”-Erik ten Hag is on the verge to repeat what Jose more did when he swap Henrick Miktarian for Alexis Sanchez as Man Utd plans to use Jadon Sancho to sign former Arsenal player in outrageous swap deal.

Manchester United could use Jadon Sancho in a bid to land one of their top targets, it has been revealed.Sancho has been surplus to requirements at United ever since he publicly called out Erik ten Hag for comments made after the defeat to Arsenal in September.

The England international had been accused of not pulling his weight in training, something that was disputed by Sancho.Sancho’s refusal to apologise led to him being banished from the first-team.

Having been tipped for a late move to the Saudi Pro League in the summer transfer window, the former Manchester City academy player looks destined to leave.And according to BILD, a return to Borussia Dortmund could be on the cards.

He became one of the most devastating attacking players in Germany and was involved in 19 goals in 26 Bundesliga games in the 2020/21 campaign prior to his £73 million switch to United.Dortmund are believed to be keen on a reunion with the former No.7 and would also be prepared to engage in a swap deal that would see Donyell Malen head in the opposite direction.

The Netherlands international, who came through the ranks at Arsenal, signed for Dortmund from PSV in 2021 and has made 84 appearances, scoring 23 times.Malen has been linked with Liverpool but is admired by Ten Hag, who he shares the same SEG agency with.

Maikel Stevens helped engineer Rasmus Hojlund’s move from Atalanta to United in the summer and he has recently recruited Malen. The 24-year-old is said to be interested in a move to England and so it seems as though the stars are aligning for a transfer.Malen could be available for around £26 million – which is the same fee Dortmund paid for him.

However, Sancho will have to take a sizeable cut on his £350,000-a-week wages if he is return to Signal Iduna Park.

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