Jadon Sancho ‘BANNED from first-team facilities at Manchester United’ as the exiled star is ‘made to dine with the academy team as punishment by Erik ten Hag’ for social media outburst
- Jadon Sancho’s feud with Erik ten Hag shows no signs of being resolved
- The Man United winger has reportedly been banned from first-team facilities
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Jadon Sancho has been banned from using first-team facilities at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground amid his ongoing feud with manager Erik ten Hag, according to reports.
The United winger has been exiled from Ten Hag’s squad as he continues to back down and apologise to the head coach after hitting out at him in a now-deleted social media post.
Sancho claimed he was being made a ‘scapegoat’ in an online retort after being dropped from United’s matchday squad in a 3-1 defeat against Arsenal at the start of September.
He has since been made to train with the club’s academy teams and the sour situation has worsened with the 23-year-old now being barred from using senior squad facilities, including the dining room, as claimed by the Mirror.
While United’s first-team superstars dine together in an effort to increase chemistry, Sancho must instead eat with members of the youth teams as punishment.
Jadon Sancho has reportedly been banned from using first-team facilities at Manchester United’s training ground
Sancho (left) has so far refused to apologise for lashing out at being dropped in a social media post and has been exiled from the first-team by United boss Erik ten Hag (right)
Ten Hag’s hardcore approach to discipline means Sancho won’t be welcomed back into the fray until he apologises for his actions and recognises he was in the wrong.
That is a situation the disgruntled player appears unwilling to resolve at this moment in time as he continues to keep his distance from other first-team players and staff around the club.
Sancho is unhappy with the latest action taken by Ten Hag that means his access around the training ground is limited and the player-manager feud has been described as having no current end date.
Mail Sport previously revealed that the England international was consistently late to training and failed to meet the required standards demanded by the United manager.
Sancho arrived for training at Carrington where he is currently working with the club’s academy teams
Sancho is reportedly unhappy over the latest decision to ban him from first-team facilities
England staff had similarly became frustrated with his time-keeping and attitude during past appearances with the national team.
The current right-wing crisis within Ten Hag’s team means Sancho would find himself in a position to have his best crack yet at getting consistent starting minutes if he can mend his relationship with the United boss.
Antony remains unavailable for selection while he takes time away from the team to deal with domestic abuse allegations, Mason Greenwood has no future at the club and is on loan in LaLiga, while upcoming star Amad Diallo remains a long-term injury absentee.
Uruguayan hopeful Facundo Pellistri is currently the only natural right-winger at Ten Hag’s disposal with Sancho recently left out of the travelling squad in United’s weekend win over Burnley.
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