Manchester United suspends Sancho from training for disciplinary reasons
MOSCOW, September 14 – Manchester United footballer Jadon Sancho has been suspended from training with the team, according to the official website of the English club.
The midfielder will work on an individual program outside the general group for disciplinary reasons.
Earlier, Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag said that Sancho does not work at full strength in training, in response to which the midfielder himself wrote on his account on the social network X (formerly the social network Twitter) that he was appointed a “scapegoat” and called on don’t believe the coach’s words. The footballer later deleted this post.
Sancho is 23 years old and is a product of Manchester City. The midfielder moved to Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2021 for a transfer fee of £73 million. Since then, the England midfielder has played 82 matches for Manchester United, scoring 12 goals and providing six assists. This season he has played three games.
Sancho played 137 matches for Borussia, scored 50 goals and made 64 assists.