Jadon Sancho rejoins Borussia Dortmund

Sancho hoping to get his career back on track.

Jadon Sancho leaves Manchester United on loan until end of 2023/24 season

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  • England international Sancho arrived at Old Trafford at huge fanfare in 2021.
  • Former Manchester City youth player joined United for almost A$150 million.
  • However, Sancho has only managed 12 goals in 82 games in all competitions.
  • With relations with manager Erik ten Hag strained, Sancho has returned to Borussia Dortmund on loan.

As one of the most exciting young prospects in world football, Jadon Sancho arrived at Manchester United, as a 21-year-old with the world at his feet. 
Having produced some superb performances for Borussia Dortmund and then his native England, United felt they had secured a coup in acquiring Sancho for £73 million in the summer of 2021. 
With pace to burn and a deadly finishing streak, Sancho looked to be the perfect fit for a misfiring United side. 
The fact that he had come through the Manchester City youth academy only added fuel to the fire for United fans, who idolised Sancho from the outset. 
However, 2 and a half years on, Sancho found himself outcast at United and returning on loan, to the club where he made, Borussia Dortmund.  

Sensational Sancho 

In the world of modern-day football, the short-term nature of the game can be frustrating for players, managers, and punters. 
One result or performance can change the media perception of a player in an instant, but Jadon Sancho was widely regarded as one of the hottest properties in world football.  
Leaving Manchester City under a cloud in 2017, Sancho reveled in an exciting Dortmund side, which also housed Erling Haaland and his goals and assists made the world stand up and take note. 
Signing Sancho in 2021 saw Manchester United instilled as one of the Premier League favourites with many soccer betting sites but the move is yet to work out for either party. 
Borussia Boost 

For all the conjecture about Manchester United and Sancho, it is clear that Borussia Dortmund will invariably benefit from the return of one of their prodigal sons. 
Sancho’s record in the Bundesliga is superb and if he can find his confidence, the 23-year-old will be out to put on a show in Germany. 
Dortmund are struggling somewhat in the German top division but having Sancho in their ranks could give them a welcome boost and they are $2.75 with TopSport to finish in the top 4 in the Bundesliga this season. 
Life without Sancho 

Whilst the actual departure of Jadon Sancho will end plenty of the speculation for Erik ten Hag and his side, the reality of the situation is that Sancho has not been involved at all in this EPL season. 
United are currently 8th in the Premier League, 9-points off the top 4 picture and with a real job on their hands if they are to be playing European football next season. 
With new owners circling Old Trafford too, Erik ten Hag will be all too aware that his job could be on the line over the next few months. 
Manchester United are currently $12.00 to bounce back from life without Jadon Sancho and finish in the top 4 with MidasBet.