Erik ten Hag leaving Manchester Utd with a crucial £50m decision

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Manchester United are said to be considering the future of Erik ten Hag. And they could have a £50million decision on their hands this summer.

Manchester United could be left with a £50million decision to make this summer. As the Red Devils determine whether to bring Jadon Sancho back into the fold.

Man United and Erik Ten Hag face Sancho issue

Sancho was shipped off on loan to Borussia Dortmund in January after falling out with manager Erik ten Hag. But Ten Hag may not be in charge at Old Trafford beyond this summer as new minority shareholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe weighs up the prospect of replacing the Dutchman.

United shelled out £73m to land Sancho from Dortmund in 2021 after the winger had starred in the Bundesliga.

The 24-year-old was a regular during his maiden campaign in the north west. He featured in 26 Premier League games under Ten Hag last time around. Despite being given time away to overcome “physical and mental” issues midway through the season.

He made substitute appearances during United’s first 3 matches of the current campaign. But was then dropped for the Red Devils’ trip to Arsenal at the start of September. With Ten Hag putting his absence down to training issues.

Sancho took to social media to dispute his boss’ version of events. And was then banished from the team after refusing to apologise to the ex-Ajax manager.

The player has gone on to rediscover his top form in Germany and has contributed 3 goals and 2 assists in 16 games for Dortmund.

According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Dortmund will try to negotiate a permanent deal for Sancho at the end of the campaign. But a transfer will not be easy for the Bundesliga giants.

Last November, The Mirror reported that United would demand up to £50m to part company with Sancho. With the attacker earning a staggering £275,000 per week.

Dortmund are unlikely to be able to meet the demands of Sancho or United should they attempt to thrash out a deal.

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