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Jadon Sancho puts Manchester United’s future in doubt with his ‘scapegoat’ job | Manchester United

Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United could be in doubt after he took to social media to challenge Erik ten Hag’s reasoning to drop him from the side that lost 3-1 at Arsenal, describing himself as a ‘goat emissary”.

The striker appeared to accuse his manager of misrepresenting the facts behind his omission, which came after coming on as a substitute in United’s opening three games. Ten Hag chose his attacking experience at the Emirates Stadium with debutant Rasmus Højlund, Alejandro Garnacho and the relatively inexperienced Facundo Pellistri among the substitutes, later claiming that Sancho had been ruled out due to “his performance in training “.

sancho wrote on X, formerly Twitter“Please don’t believe everything you read! I will not allow people to say completely untrue things. I did very well in training this week. I think there are other reasons for this case that I will not go into, I have long been a scapegoat, which is not fair!

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“All I want is to play football with a smile on my face and contribute to my team. I respect all the decisions made by the technical staff, I play with fantastic players and (I am) grateful to do so, which I know is a challenge every week. I will keep fighting for this badge no matter what!

Speaking after his team’s loss, Ten Hag dismissed any notion that Sancho was left at home for disciplinary reasons and explained that he hadn’t reached the required level in recent training sessions. “You have to reach a level every day at Manchester United and we can make choices on the front line,” he said. “So for this game he was not selected.”

Sancho joined United in July 2021 in a much-publicized £73m transfer from Borussia Dortmund but has rarely found his best form, losing his place in England in the process. Ten Hag, who gave him three months off from the first team last winter to deal with what the Dutchman described as “physical but also mental” problems, urged him during pre-season to produce with more consistency at the highest level.

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