Rebel Manchester United winger could be moved on to Saudi Arabia

Jadon Sancho of Manchester United (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
Jadon Sancho of Manchester United (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images) /

Jadon Sancho could leave Manchester United after the “scapegoat” statement that he made on social media about Erik ten Hag. A club from Saudi Arabia wants him.

Since joining Manchester United, expectations have been high for Jadon Sancho. Of course, it was a big money move and all eyes were on him. He thought that he could get into the starting XI straight away because he was the primary target for then-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

However, he struggled to get game time and as a result, his career started to go reverse. Under the new manager Erik ten Hag, things could have changed. But it didn’t as he is still struggling to get into the first team. Ten Hag mentioned that his training is not at the level of Man Utd.

Suddenly, Sancho became rebellious and put up a statement on social media claiming that he was being scapegoated. The beef between Erik ten Hag and Jadon Sancho is now at the forefront for everyone to see. Therefore, Jadon Sancho could leave Manchester United for Saudi Arabia.

A Saudi Arabian club is exploring the Jadon Sancho deal with Manchester United

Many people are saying that Jadon Sancho perhaps has played his last game for Manchester United, although he is in the Man Utd Champions League squad. It would be interesting to see what will happen with Jadon and whether he will play for United again.

However, there is one thing that can surely happen is he could be moved on to a Saudi Arabian club. Yes, according to Italian journalist, Rudy Galetti, a Saudi Arabian is exploring the opportunity to sign Jadon Sancho from Manchester United.

As the Saudi transfer market is still open, the evaluation is still ongoing at United about whether to keep Sancho or sell him. Man Utd can make good money by selling him to a Saudi club. Do you think Saudi Arabia will be a good move for Jadon Sancho? Let us know in the comments!