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Jadon Sancho Manchester United saga continues as player says his not ready to come back to Manchester with Erik ten Hag still on sit. According to reports, after the Champions League final yesterday Sancho has voiced his opinion and he said ” Manchester United is not on my mind right i don’t mean to disrespect the fans and the club but I can’t work with ten hag he nearly killed my career”. Brilliant Sancho refuse to return to Manchester United. This is what you get when you don’t know how to handle players. Since he left he’s being doing great, this is why ten hag should be sacked🙀🙀🙀

Borussia Dortmund’s manager, Edin Terzic, has hinted that Jadon Sancho may not stay with the German club, though he believes the English winger will play in another Champions League final in the future.


Dortmund fell 2-0 to Real Madrid in the Champions League final at Wembley on Saturday night.


Sancho, who had a stellar spell at Dortmund from 2017 to 2021, struggled after his £73 million transfer to Manchester United. Following a dispute with Erik ten Hag, Sancho was benched and subsequently loaned back to Dortmund in January, where he has since rejuvenated his career.


With the Champions League final marking the end of Sancho’s loan, Dortmund is eager to sign him permanently. However, the transfer fee from Manchester United might be too steep for Dortmund.


After the game, Terzic praised Sancho’s recent performances, stating, “Jadon has been outstanding over the last six months. It took him some time to find his rhythm again, but his talent was clear, and he made a big impact on our team. He elevated both his own game and that of his teammates.


“I haven’t discussed his future as our focus has been on the present. I’m thrilled he’s been with us, especially playing a final in his hometown, which is a special moment for him.


“His happiness is clear in the dressing room. I’m grateful to work with Jadon. While his future is uncertain, I’m confident it includes another Champions League final.”


Reflecting on the final, Terzic emphasized Dortmund’s commendable performance despite the loss, highlighting the team’s potential and fighting spirit. This marks Dortmund’s second defeat in a Champions League final at Wembley in 11 years.


“Finding the right words after a Champions League final defeat is challenging,” said the German-Croatian manager. “I’m filled with both pride and emptiness.


“Reflecting on this past year is tough. We’ve experienced many highs and lows, numerous changes, and games that didn’t go our way. Today’s game shows what this team is capable of.


“There’s significant disappointment among the players and staff. But we demonstrated from the outset that we were here to win, not just participate in a final, which leaves us with mixed emotions.


“This was also the final game of the season. Some players will depart from the team and the club.”


When asked for a message to Dortmund fans, Terzic simply said, “Thank you. Just two words.


“Nearly 100,000 Dortmund fans made the journey to London, believing we could defeat Real Madrid. Thank you for your faith.”

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