Juventus are exploring the possibility of providing Jadon Sancho with an exit route from his current challenges at Manchester United.
Sancho, who has featured in the Manchester United lineup for 82 matches, showcasing his talent with 12 goals and 6 assists, is presently navigating a difficult phase at Old Trafford.
According to Transfermarkt.com, Sancho’s current market value stands at approximately 32 million euros.
Since 2018, the English winger has made 23 appearances for the national team, scoring three times. However, under the management of Erik ten Hag at Manchester United, Sancho’s professional struggles seem to have heightened.
In a surprising twist, Sancho has been systematically marginalized, not just from the starting XI but also from a place on the substitutes’ bench, indicating a significant sidelining within the English giants.
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Recent reports from The Mail indicate that Juventus are actively considering orchestrating a transfer move for Sancho, with the potential transition materializing as early as the upcoming January transfer window.
Juventus, however, appears to favor a loan arrangement with an option to buy, a strategy designed to mitigate potential risks.
Adding complexity to the negotiations, Juventus are allegedly pushing for Manchester United to contribute to Sancho’s salary as part of the deal. This additional stipulation could play a pivotal role in determining the practicality of the proposed transfer.
As the landscape of football transfers continues to evolve, attention is focused on whether Juventus’s intervention will serve as the catalyst for Jadon Sancho’s resurgence, providing him with a fresh start away from the shadows that currently cast a pall over his tenure at Manchester United.
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Naples-born Enzo Cattaneo has spent more than a decade living in Madrid and writing about Spanish football, German football and the Premier League for various Spanish football websites and now he writes about World football for World Football Rumours. He's been thinking about football transfers and rumours pretty much nonstop since the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea. Aside from writing, he likes to spend his time playing Esports games.