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Juventus prepared to make an out-of-favor deal Man United’s brilliant way out of Old Trafford

After Man United fought their way to a victory over Luton Town, Erik ten Hag might be on the verge of improving at the club.

Almost unnoticeably, the Red Devils have risen to sixth place, and a good vein of form could take them far higher.

As the new year approaches, everyone’s attention will undoubtedly shift to the January transfer market and the players who could have an impact at Old Trafford during the second half of the season.

The issue of removing players who may be deemed surplus to requirements also exists.

Among them is Jadon Sancho, who, when he called out Ten Hag on social media, effectively bid farewell to his time at United.

The wide player hasn’t been anywhere close to a United first team since, and the status quo has been maintained by his unwillingness to apologize to his boss and teammates.

Therefore, it wouldn’t come as a surprise to hear that ten Hag would be prepared to let the player go at any cost; yet, as dependable reporter and CaughtOffside blogger Fabrizio Romano points out, a loan move might not be feasible.

???? Recognize that in recent days, Juventus requested information regarding the Jadon Sancho transfer.

He’s scheduled to depart Manchester United in January; Juventus is intrigued, but only if he goes on loan and MUFC pays a portion of his salary.

Man Utd would rather wait for permanent deal proposals, hence no talks have begun yet.

Romano stated on X (formerly Twitter) that while United is solely interested in a permanent transfer for Sancho, Juventus appears to be considering the possibility of a loan agreement for the player.

Considering how disruptive the player’s actions have been, it might be appropriate to make the move permanent at this time.

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