“You can’t believe what Dortmund fans told him on his first match. He might not want to remain the club again as he as fallen out of love from the fans”-Fan trolls Jadon Sancho with Erik ten Hag comment during first game back, he heard it. That was terrible.

Jadon Sancho was trolled by a Borussia Dortmund fan ahead of his first game back at the Bundesliga side.Sancho has returned to Signal Iduna Park on loan – less than three years after leaving for Manchester United in a £73 million move.The England international was completely exiled by Erik Ten Hag after refusing to apologise following a social media post during which he refuted claims about his performance level in training.

Sancho was then made to train with the youth team and banished from the first-team environment, receiving his meals by delivery.After penning a “homecoming” deal until the end of the season, the former Manchester City academy player was named on the bench in Dortmund’s game against Darmstadt.And when heading back to the dressing room after half-time microphones picked up a joke from a fan in the stands

The supporter appeared to say, “Erik ten Hag wants to talk to you, you lazy f***er”.Sancho, who wrapped up with a snood, didn’t make an obvious reaction but he definitely heard it.

The 23-year-old has expressed his happiness at coming back to Dortmund, where he contributed to 114 goals in 137 games

Ten Hag didn’t make much of a comment but Ralf Rangnick, who had a brief spell managing Sancho, spoke glowingly about him.As per Sky Germany, he said: “He had his best time in Dortmund and, when he was healthy, he always played for me. However, he wasn’t as carefree as in Dortmund.“But that was also due to the overall situation. When he was fit, he was set and did well under me. He no longer had a chance in Manchester

He now has to get back into a rhythm and really into shape in Dortmund. From his point of view, the change makes perfect sense.“In the six months I had him, there wasn’t a single discipline problem. On the contrary. He is a calm and pleasant guy.”

Sancho came on in the second half for his second debut

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