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Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho, 23, could leave the club in the January transfer window.

“United could let Sancho leave for a fee of £26 million,” British media outlet The Sun reported on January 3.

“United are looking to sell Sancho and Donny van der Beek to end their Old Trafford nightmare. They are expected to take a huge loss.”

“United could sell Sancho and Van der Vaart to Juventus for £26 million each,” the report said.

Sancho joined United from Dortmund for a transfer fee of £73 million. That’s how much was expected of him.

In fact, he was highly regarded for his potential to become a top striker during his time at Dortmund. As a winger, he showed a lot of promise with his dribbling, passing, and movement without the ball.

However, at United, he didn’t perform as well as expected. He scored five goals in 38 games in his first season and seven goals in 41 games the following year.

Sancho’s name is hard to find this season, even on the substitutes list. He was left off the roster after clashing with head coach Eric ten Haag. He lost his chance after a public argument with Ten Haag over his playing status. He hasn’t been training with the first team and has been excluded from the group chat room.

Both United and Sancho want to part ways in the January transfer window. The Red Devils want to part ways with Sancho as soon as possible and on the cheap.

Van der Vaart, who joined United from Ajax for £34 million, is also a transfer target. He has made just six Premier League starts since joining United. His position hasn’t changed at all since the arrival of Van Gaal, who was a fixture at Ajax. He has played just 21 minutes this season. He wants to play more.

Juventus have revealed their interest in Sancho and Van der Vaart. “Juventus want to bring van der Beek on a loan deal with an outright transfer option,” according to Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport.

“Juventus are also interested in Sancho. If it’s the right offer, we’re ready to accept it.”

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