Man United stars 'have had enough of Jadon Sancho'

Man United stars ‘have had enough of Jadon Sancho’ following his social media outburst at Erik ten Hag… and the £73m star ‘has work to do’ to regain his manager’s trust

  • Manchester United players are reportedly fed up with Jadon Sancho’s behaviour
  • The Englishman recently fumed at United boss Erik ten Hag on social media
  • Sancho has previously frustrated team-mates over his attitude and lateness 

Jadon Sancho will have to rebuild relationships with his Manchester United team-mates who have ‘had enough’ following his recent social media outburst, according to reports.

The United winger has largely flopped since his £73million arrival from Borussia Dortmund two years ago and was recently called out by Erik ten Hag after Arsenal’s recent win over the Red Devils.

Ten Hag explained Sancho was absent from the matchday squad at the Emirates after failing to reach the required performance standards in training.

A disgruntled Sancho quickly aired his frustration online where he insisted he was being made a ‘scapegoat’ for difficulties at United.

However, the 23-year-old isn’t being supported by his United team-mates in his battle with the boss and some players are fed up with his actions, as reported by ESPN.

Jadon Sancho’s (right) ongoing feud with Man United manager Erik ten Hag (left) has reportedly angered some of his team-mates

Sancho (pictured) recently retorted to Ten Hag’s claims he had dropped below standards in training by insisting he was being used as a ‘scapegoat’

The incident has plunged Sancho’s Old Trafford future into doubt and the player will now be stuck at the club until at least January after Saudi Arabia’s late pursuit for the forward failed to materialise.

There has been long-standing concerns over Sancho’s time-keeping and attitude with his demeanor at Man United also previously being raised in the England set-up.

Sancho’s social media post remains pinned to the top of his X profile and United stars have been unimpressed with the way the youngster has handled the situation.

Ten Hag’s no-nonsense approach is respected by the United players given everyone is under the same rules and required standards regardless of status within the team.

Ten Hag has instilled a no-nonsense approach to discipline at Old Trafford since his arrival

Some United players are reportedly unhappy with how Sancho (left) has handled the ongoing situation

Marcus Rashford was previously reprimanded by Ten Hag last season after arriving late for the team coach and was subsequently dropped for that day’s game against Wolves.

He then came off the bench to score in the Premier League clash and later explained he understood why Ten Hag made the strict decision.

Sancho’s reaction was the complete opposite, but members of United’s first-team aren’t surprised by how their colleague has handled being criticised.

A difficult period of reconciliation awaits with talks planned between the player and Erik ten Hag before United’s first game back after the international break against Brighton. 

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