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Jadon Sancho: The next team is identified, and the troubled Manchester United player is offered three reasons why his shocking move to Tottenham cannot happen.

Jadon Sancho, an attacker for Manchester United, has been warned to give up on all hopes of leaving Old Trafford and joining Tottenham, as one observer has provided three compelling arguments for why the January transfer appears unlikely.

After a public dispute with Erik ten Hag, the problematic star was made to train alone and was not allowed to use the first-team facilities at Carrington. This happened after the Dutchman left the player out of the Manchester United team that suffered a defeat at the hands of Arsenal at the beginning of September. The winger then took to social media to criticize his boss.

Even if the tweet was later taken down, the damage had already been done, and Sancho won’t have a chance to win back at Old Trafford without making a very public apology.

The 23-year-old, however, is not giving up and, with the two players still at odds, it appears quite likely that Sancho will depart Old Trafford in January.

In light of this, United appears willing to accept a significant loss on their initial £73 million investment and is open to hearing offers for the player that come in at about €35 million (£30.3 million).

Sancho is being connected to several prestigious teams, all of whom appear eager to try and assist the player in reproducing the form that made him such a remarkable talent in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund, despite his troubles.

Although BVB is one of the teams reportedly interested in signing Sancho, as we exclusively disclosed, Dortmund’s hopes of convincing Sancho to return from Manchester United face a very difficult obstacle.

On the other hand, Sancho has also been connected to four Premier League teams: Tottenham, Newcastle, Aston Villa, and Chelsea.

Jadon Sancho explained why a Tottenham transfer is impossible.

The only Premier League team without a loss this year is Ange Postecoglou’s team, and a victory against Chelsea at home on Monday night would put them back atop the standings.

Their early-season performance has raised hopes for an improbable title run this season, and they have improved their chances of realizing that goal with some strong additions made in the January window.

Sancho’s chances of joining with the Spurs, however, appear extremely slim, as TEAMtalk’s transfer expert Dean Jones told Givemesport the three reasons why they are unlikely to land him.

Jones started off by saying, “I’d be amazed if Jadon Sancho does join Tottenham for various reasons.” “I believe you would have to consider the PR aspect of signing him first and foremost. This player has been putting up poor performances for a while now and has had really challenging issues managing personally.

“So, from Tottenham’s perspective, what do you really hope to achieve by signing Sancho?

In addition, you have to work out a deal with Man United and find out how he would fit into your pay scale because he is now paid a great deal.

What then will the loan’s conditions be like? For the length of time do you really desire this player? Is the loan for six months? Is the loan for 18 months? Are you planning to try to make this a long-term arrangement?

Sancho is prepared to return abroad.

Given that Tottenham appears to be eliminated from the picture, Sancho might have to relocate back abroad when the January transfer window opens for business.

The athlete is reportedly amenable to the idea of returning to his own country, but there may be a problem with where he would settle.

Thus, any foreign clubs are likely to find the player’s £250,000 weekly compensation to be quite difficult. Yet, Saudi Pro League teams could easily afford those salaries, even though it’s known that Sancho isn’t ready to give up on playing top-tier European football just yet.

His agent will therefore attempt to negotiate a deal with a well-known team first, even though it could need to be on an initial loan and depend on United paying a percentage of his wage.

In light of this, we disclosed last month that Juventus is eager to sign the United winger and has already gotten in touch with his agents to discuss a possible trade.

To inject more originality into their assault, the Bianconeri hope to recruit a loan player in January, and Sancho is a top contender on their shortlist.

They are now the team that appears to be most eager to sign the 23-time England cap winner, even though there are still some questions about their ability to finance such a move.

If his circumstances at Old Trafford remain unchanged, negotiations surrounding a possible sale should pick up steam in around a month.

All sides would, however, welcome a speedy resolution to the issue; United, of course, might wait to see if they can find a cash buyer for Sancho through a sale, as that would be their favored course of action, rather than a loan.

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