Despite widespread interest, Jadon Sancho might prefer a return to Borussia Dortmund, but there are questions if they can afford him.

According to Calcio Mercato, Jadon Sancho could lean towards a return to his former side, Borussia Dortmund, if an opportunity came. Manchester United are keen to offload the 23-year-old winger as he remains outside Erik ten Hag’s plans for the foreseeable future.

There’s no respite in the Jadon Sancho case at Manchester United, with the winger still refusing to make amends by apologising to manager Erik ten Hag. The attacker last played for the club at the end of August, and the chances of him featuring again quickly diminish.

The 23-year-old Manchester United ace has no future at the club, with the board ready to sanction a departure. Reports insisted they want to include a £50 million obligation clause in any deal that is a loan for the winger in January, with some of the teams interested.

Juventus are reportedly in contact with Manchester United, but there are question marks on whether they can afford it at that price. The 23-year-old is also on a massive salary, which could cause further complications.

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The report suggests that Sancho prefers a return to Borussia Dortmund if an opportunity presents itself. The German side showed an interest when the whole saga was very young, but after that, they must have considered many factors.

Borussia Dortmund will certainly not entertain the prospect of paying a fee like £50 million but could come to a compromise if Manchester AUniuted lower their demands. As for Sancho, he needs to play regularly and could lean towards familiar surroundings in Dortmund.

There are other options on the table, but Manchester United are ready to accept a hefty fee to recoup most of the money invested in the winger a few years ago. Other teams are willing to explore but probably need to agree to terms set out by the Red Devils.

While Manchester United struggles in the offensive department, many have even called for Ten Hag to recall the 23-year-old. However, the Dutchman is not about to do so, as Sancho will likely leave in January, but there are questions over the terms of his departure.

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