Man Utd stars including Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire ‘beg Jadon Sancho to APOLOGISE to Erik ten Hag to end exile’

A host of Manchester United stars have “called on Jadon Sancho to apologize and end his feud with Erik ten Hag”.

We reported yesterday that the 23-year-old England international has reportedly been banned from all Red Devils first team facilities.

Marcus Rashford is among Man Utd stars calling on Jadon Sancho to apologize


Marcus Rashford is among Man Utd stars calling on Jadon Sancho to apologizePhoto credit: Reuters

The row erupted on September 3rd when Ten Hag accused Sancho of not training well enough to warrant a place in United’s squad for the September 3rd game against Arsenal.

Sancho immediately hit back on social media, calling himself a “scapegoat and basically calling his manager a liar.”

The former Dortmund star hasn’t played for the club since and was banned from first team training due to Ten Hag’s reckless attitude – some teammates disagreed with the Dutchman’s decision.

Now The mirror has claimed that the likes of Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and former captain Harry Maguire have tried to intervene to resolve the issue.

They claim his teammates tried to convince Sancho to apologize to the coach.

They state that senior colleagues “all asked him to swallow his pride” and told the attacker that there will be “only one winner in his ongoing battle” with the Dutchman.

And they advised the £73million ace to back out so he could start playing again.

They quote a source as saying: “Jadon’s teammates told him to give in and apologize to the boss.


“They want him to apologize. They sympathize with him and his feelings, but recognize that what he posted crossed a line.”

We have reported that Sancho is not allowed to enter any of the areas at the club’s Carrington headquarters designated for the senior team – including the canteen.

He has dined and trained with the academy players with no return date set for him to return to the first team.

However, Ten Hag is said to be ready to give in and welcome Sancho back – but only on one condition.

A source said: “There is an easy way to resolve this situation by Jadon apologizing to the manager.”

“Something has to give – and it won’t be the manager.”

Sancho moved to United from Dortmund for £73 million in 2021.

Read more at the Scottish Sun

However, the 23-time Three Lions international struggled to perform with just 12 goals in 82 games for the Red Devils.

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Emma Bowman

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