MANCHESTER: Jadon Sancho shut down his post on social media saying he was the scapegoat at Manchester United.
The move is believed to restore his relationship with the team’s manager, Erik ten Hag, who previously said Sancho was not sent down because his performance was less than encouraging during training.
Sancho’s controversial statement was only deleted yesterday after he met Ten Hag.
With the futures of Sancho and Antony, who are facing charges in Brazil, uncertain, United are considering signing Dutch winger Anwar El Ghazi.
Sancho, whose move to Saudi Arabia last summer did not materialize, now needs to compete to reclaim his place in United’s starting line-up.
Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq are interested in signing the winger on loan but do not agree to the price set by United.
His former club, Dortmund also wants to get Sancho back in the January transfer window.
Sancho has yet to start a game for United this season and has only made three substitute appearances.