Jadon Sancho is on the verge of leaving Manchester United in January following an unresolved issue with manager Erik ten Hag, according to Sky Germany.
It is understood that the England international is more likely to seal a loan move than a permanent transfer.
A return to former club Borussia Dortmund is not entirely ruled out as head coach Edin Terzic is understood to be in regular contact with the Englishman.
❗️Jadon #Sancho is on the verge to leave ManUtd in winter! #MUFC— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) October 3, 2023
➡️ A loan is more likely than a permanent deal at this stage
➡️ #BVB coach Edin #Terzic is in regular contact with Sancho as they appreciate each other very much.
Nevertheless, a return to Dortmund in the… pic.twitter.com/ERtmQkgRGc
Sancho has been at loggerheads with Ten Hag since declaring on social media that the Dutchman lied about the reasons for his against Arsenal in August.
The comment of the 23-year-old sparked a row and even prompted director of football John Murtough and chief executive Richard Arnold to step in to resolve the issue, yet no compromise from either party was reached.
In the meantime, Sancho remain absent from United squad due to his refusal to apologise publicly, with Ten Hag having no intention of backing down in his stand-off with him.