Jadon Sancho open to ‘starting over’ at Man Utd under TWO conditions after Borussia Dortmund loan transfer

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JADON SANCHO would consider returning to Manchester United next season – but only on two conditions.

An Old Trafford comeback for the Borussia Dortmund loanee has been virtually ruled out after he fell out with Red Devils‘ boss Erik ten Hag.

Man Utd loaned Jadon Sancho back to Borussia Dortmund in January[/caption]
Jadon Sancho was frozen out by Erik ten Hag earlier this season[/caption]

But iNews suggest the ex-England winger is willing to start afresh at United – under specific circumstances.

The first requirement is no surprise – and it’s one that could win the support of many disgruntled fans.

Sancho would reportedly be open to a United reunion if Ten Hag departs as manager.

For now, however, the Dutchman is tipped to survive a summer shake-up from the club’s new minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

But the managerial situation could change if seventh-placed United continue to drift in the Premier League.

Sancho’s second requirement is rated as almost certain to happen.

The Londoner, who was last capped three years ago, wants United to clinch the backroom capture of Jason Wilcox.

The Southampton technical director is expected to link up once more with Old Trafford CEO Omar Berrada, who he worked with at Manchester City.

Sancho, however, is hardly in a position to make demands.

And whatever his own position, he’s regarded as one of the United players most likely to be permanently dispatched by Ratcliffe’s regime in the summer.

The winger is enjoying his time back in Dortmund and helped his old side reach the Champions League semi-finals with a dramatic 3-2 win over Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their last-eight clash.

Man Utd are LUCKY to be seventh in the table... one particular stat is terrible, say Dave Kidd

By Dave Kidd

THE frightening thing about Manchester United’s season is that they should really be LOWER than seventh in the Premier League.

Even during their current run of one win in seven league matches, United’s results have been better than their performances.

Erik ten Hag’s team deserved to lose each of their last three drawn games against Brentford, Liverpool and Bournemouth.

On goal difference, United are ninth in the league, while only seven teams have scored fewer than their 47 goals.

And if we give any credence to ‘expected points’, then that stat would have them 15th in the table.

If Ten Hag’s men lose Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final to Championship side Coventry, it should not come as a major surprise.

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