Jadon Sancho pushing for Borussia Dortmund permanent return

Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho wants to leave the club permanently during the summer transfer window.

Jadon Sancho wants to join Borussia Dortmund on a permanent deal, and it remains to be seen whether the Black and Yellows can secure an agreement soon. According to Daily Star, the Manchester United winger, who cost the Red Devils £73 million, is pushing for the move.

Sancho rejoined Borussia Dortmund on loan during the January transfer window after falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford. The Englishman has done quite well for them, and he has managed to regain his form and confidence with the move back to the Bundesliga.

Sancho seems to have regained his sharpness, and he could be a key player for them next season. A return to Manchester United would not be ideal for the player. He has already fallen out with manager Erik ten Hag, and he is unlikely to be a regular starter for the Red Devils. He needs to play more often at this stage of his career and staying in Germany would be ideal for him.

Manchester United need to cut their losses on Jadon Sancho

It will be interesting to see if Manchester United are prepared to sell him for a reasonable price. They are unlikely to be able to recoup the money they paid for him. Dortmund will be hoping to sign in for a reasonable amount of money, and it remains to be seen how the situation develops.

Sancho was regarded as a world-class talent when he moved to Manchester United in a £73 million deal. But he never quite managed to get going at Old Trafford. He struggled to adapt to English football and Manchester United’s system as well. Playing in the Bundesliga is certainly more suitable for the player and he has excelled in German football over the last few months.

The 24-year-old was one of the key reasons why Dortmund managed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League final this past season. The player will certainly hope that the clubs can work out a deal in the coming weeks. He will be hoping to put his Manchester United nightmare behind him and move on in his career now.

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