The war between Erik ten Hag and Jadon Sancho has reached new heights after the Manchester United manager deleted the English winger from the club’s WhatsApp group.
That is according to The Sun, which reports that Ten Hag removed Sancho from the messaging group which is used to pass on first-team tactics and information.
This is the latest move from Ten Hag, who has already barred Sancho from training with the first team, as well as using their facilities and canteen.
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Sancho has been completely frozen out of the squad at Man Utd.
It came after Ten Hag criticised Sancho publicly several weeks ago for his poor performances in training, which was followed by the winger essentially calling his manager a liar on social media.
Sancho to leave Man Utd in January
Sancho has not been called up since the incident and now looks all but certain to leave Manchester United in January.
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A return to Borussia Dortmund has been touted, while some Serie A and Saudi clubs are also reportedly interested.
Sancho joined Man Utd from Dortmund for €85 million in the summer of 2021 but has been a complete disaster at Old Trafford.
He has scored just 12 goals in 82 appearances and has regularly been a bench player during his two and a half years at the club.
He has also lost his place in the England national team squad and he knows he must move in January if he is to have a chance of going to Euro 2024 next summer.