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Jadon Sancho beams as join Louis Vuitton Fashion Week with Ex-Man Utd star Paul Pogba ‎


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Jadon Sancho, the 23-year-old winger, attended the inaugural Fashion in Paris by Pharrell Williams show at LV Paris Fashion Week (Louis Vuitton) alongside former Manchester United player Paul Pogba.

In the midst of ongoing uncertainties surrounding the Sancho-Erik ten Hag saga, Manchester United is reportedly open to entertaining substantial offers for the unwanted winger in the upcoming January transfer window.

Football Insider reveals the club’s eagerness to boost their budget with a significant fee and alleviate the financial burden of Sancho’s substantial wages.

Despite manager Erik ten Hag finding his footing again amid intense pressure, the same cannot be said for the 23-year-old winger.

With an impasse in negotiations and Sancho refusing to issue an apology, Manchester United has seemingly made the decision to part ways with the player ahead of the January transfer window.

The Red Devils are actively seeking big-money offers for Sancho, who has garnered interest from various clubs, including Juventus, Saudi Pro League clubs, and several Premier League sides.

While doubts exist about a move to Saudi Arabia, Sancho’s departure from the club appears imminent.

Recent reports suggest the player’s preference for staying in the Premier League, adding intrigue to potential suitors who had expressed interest in the summer.

Manchester United is keen to secure a substantial fee for the unwanted star, although it is expected to fall below the £73 million originally paid for his signing.

Notably, Sancho has also been linked with a return to his former club Borussia Dortmund, but Manchester United’s insistence on a £50 million obligation clause in any deal may complicate matters for the German side.

A significant fee for a player whose performance has been below expectations since joining Manchester United could still be considered a favorable deal.

Moreover, the club aims to bolster its budget by relieving itself of Sancho’s reported £250,000-a-week wages.

However, potential obstacles include clubs hesitating to pay a substantial fee, coupled with concerns about the player’s attitude and recent conduct, which might influence negotiations and impact the asking price.

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