It was claimed that Jadon Sancho had been in conflict with Manchester United even before the rumor of a disagreement with manager Erik ten Haag.

The British Mirror reported on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time), “Coach Ten Haag did not include Sancho in the playing list for the recent match between Manchester United and Arsenal. He stated that the decision was based on his performance in training before the game. However, Sancho posted on social media: “He refuted that it was not true. The post has now been deleted,” the report said. 

At the same time, the media said, “Sancho’s problems appear to have existed even before coach Ten Haag took office. He left Dortmund and transferred to Manchester United in 2021. And at the time, the club promised to give Sancho the number 7 jersey. However, Cristiano Ronaldo returned. “Sancho had no choice but to take number 25,” he added.카지노사이트

Sancho joined Manchester United ahead of the 2021-22 season. At the time, Sancho was showing good performance in Dortmund. Accordingly, Manchester United succeeded in bringing Sancho by investing a large transfer fee of 85 million euros (about 121.4 billion won). However, Sancho’s performance in the Manchester United uniform was not satisfactory.

In his first season, he appeared in 29 Premier League (PL) games, scoring 3 goals and providing 3 assists. He looked different from his previous three seasons at Dortmund, where he only accumulated 20 to 30 attacking points in the league. His last season also failed to make a big impact. 

Sancho had trouble managing his condition ahead of the 2022 Qatar World Cup due to illness, and was eventually left out of the England national soccer team’s final World Cup roster. Along with his poor performance, his mental trauma was significant. Because of this, Sancho left Manchester United for a while and had personal training time. He later returned after a gap of about 100 days. 

This season, we attempted to bounce back again. But opportunities are still limited. After the opening, he played only as a substitute in three consecutive league games. He was left out of the list for the next game against Arsenal. In a frustrating situation, when coach Ten Haag pointed out the training results, he eventually exploded.

At the time, Sancho said: “Please don’t believe everything! I trained very well this week. I think there are other reasons why I didn’t play. I have been a victim for a long time. All I want is to smile and play football. I am a member of the coaching staff. “I respect every decision. I will continue to fight for this team.”

As the controversy grew, the post has now been deleted. First of all, ‘Mirror’ claimed that Sancho did not simply express his anger due to a disagreement with coach Ten Haag, but that there had been a misunderstanding from before. However, by deleting the post, it appears that they are trying to put the immediate controversy to rest first and then make a gesture of reconciliation for the team.