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Man Utd star with 44 apps under Ten Hag in talks to leave, Glazers would pocket £12m in savings

Jadon Sancho's recent situation at Manchester United has sparked controversy, and the latest developments in his future could have financial implications for the Glazers.

What’s the latest news surrounding Manchester United? According to Sky Sports News, Manchester United experienced their largest-ever share price drop on Tuesday, resulting in a market value reduction of over £600 million. This dramatic dip was attributed to reports suggesting that the Glazer family intends to withdraw the club from the market.

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In other football news, Football Insider reported that Fulham’s Joao Palhinha was Manchester United’s top defensive midfield target this summer. However, the club was priced out of a move for the Portuguese international, as Fulham reportedly demanded £90 million for his transfer. Consequently, Manchester United turned their attention to Sofyan Amrabat, securing his services on a loan deal with an option to buy.

Jadon Sancho, the Manchester United winger, has recently made headlines after publicly responding to comments made by Erik Ten Hag about his training performance. He expressed his frustration at being labeled a “scapegoat” figure at the club, as reported by The Mirror. This has raised questions about his future at the club, with suggestions that he might be excluded from first-team training.

Is Jadon Sancho leaving Manchester United? Italian journalist Rudy Galetti provided an intriguing update on Sancho’s future on the social media platform X. He revealed that an unnamed Saudi Arabian club has submitted an “official offer” to the England international, indicating an “evolving situation.”

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster weighed in on Sancho’s situation at Manchester United via The United Stand YouTube channel. He stated, “It is absolutely crazy. If Alex Ferguson were the manager and Jadon Sancho did this, he would never play for Manchester United again. He would be banned from the training ground; it would be over. It is petulant, emotional, reactionary, and disrespectful.”

Chelsea reportedly considered a last-minute move for Sancho during the summer transfer window but ultimately turned their attention to Cole Palmer, whom they acquired from Premier League champions Manchester City, as per The Daily Mail.

If Sancho were to depart Manchester United, it could result in substantial savings for the Glazers, amounting to approximately £12 million in wage costs. This is due to Sancho’s hefty £350,000 per week contract, which still has around 34 months left at Old Trafford.

However, whether Sancho would be willing to trade his chances of contributing to Manchester United for a move to Saudi Arabia and its financial rewards remains uncertain.

As per Transfermarkt, Sancho has accumulated 12 goals and six assists in 82 appearances across all competitions for Manchester United, with 44 of those matches occurring under Ten Hag’s management. Seeking a new challenge could provide the 23-year-old with renewed confidence as he aims to regain a high level of consistency.

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