Manchester United ready to accept big money offer for Jadon Sancho

Manchester United are eager to accept a big money offer for unwanted winger Jadon Sancho ahead of the January window.

According to Football Insider, Manchester United are open to accepting a big money offer from suitors for Jadon Sancho. The Red Devils are eager to boost their budget with a sizeable fee and clear the huge wages the unwanted 23-year-old winger is currently on at the club.

One would safely assume at this stage that there’s no end in sight with the Jadon Sancho-Erik ten Hag saga. Despite coming under tremendous pressure, the Dutch manager may have found his footing again, but the 23-year-old winger did not.

With neither party ready to budge on their stance, especially Sancho, who has refused to apologise for his actions, there’s only one outcome in sight. Manchester United have reportedly decided to cash in on the 23-year-old ahead of the January window.

The Red Devils are keen to bring in some funds from the sale of the unwanted winger, with the club eager to accept big money offers in January. Sancho has plenty of suitors, including Juventus, Saudi Pro League clubs, and some Premier League sides.

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As per a recent report, Sancho has doubts about a move to Saudi Arabia, but his chances of leaving the club are sky-high. Other stories suggest that the 23-year-old would prefer to stay in the Premier League, which would spotlight some of the clubs showing interest back in the summer.

Manchester United are eager to get a hefty fee for the unwanted star, but surely they might get well below the £73 million paid to sign him a few years ago. Incidentally, Sancho also has links over a return to former side Borussia Dortmund. Still, with the Red Devils keen to include a £50 million obligation clause in any deal, the Germans are likely out of the race.

If Manchester United can get that fee for the player who has barely performed since joining them, it would still represent a good deal. Moreover, they are keen to boost their budget by clearing his reported £250,000-a-week wages.

On paper, Manchester United could demand a significant fee, something clubs will hesitate to pay. Moreover, there are question marks over the player’s attitude and recent conduct, which would help slash a few millions of the asking price.

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