Check Out “Rio Ferdinand thinks Jadon Sancho could move to the Middle East after his Sunday statement.” The Manchester United winger criticized Erik ten Hag on social media after being accused of inadequate training.
Football great Ferdinand says Sancho may have played his last game for Manchester United, suggesting a move to Saudi Arabia.
He remarked on his FIVE YouTube channel: “There’s no way Jadon’s putting out a statement like that if he hasn’t, in his own eyes, performed well.
Jadon wrote, ‘I’ve trained alright’ on his chart. But the management has standards.
The only way this ends now is one. Well, two ways.
Saudi is the only open window. The bench or not making the team for the rest of the season.”
Jadon Sancho was not pleased with Erik ten Hag, his manager, for saying the player wasn’t doing well in training this past week.
The England forward has struggled at Manchester United since his £73m arrival in 2021 and claimed scapegoating on Sunday evening.
He replied to Ten Hag’s post-match interview: “Don’t believe everything you read!” False statements are not allowed.
I did well in training this week. I’ve been a scapegoat for too long, so I won’t go into detail.
All I want to do is play football with a smile and help my team.
“I respect all coaching staff decisions, play with great players, and am grateful to do so every week, which is a challenge. I’ll fight for this badge no matter what!”
Police are investigating Roy Keane’s alleged assault during Arsenal’s triumph over Manchester United.
On Sunday, footage of Sky Sports colleague Micah Richards trying to calm the situation became viral. It was reported that former individual United great Keane was headbutted by an unknown individual, which was not on film.
A Metropolitan police statement said authorities are investigating an assault that is believed to have occurred at the Emirates Stadium during an Arsenal v Manchester United match on Sunday, 3 September, near the finish of the Premier League contest.
The confrontation took place in a West Stand entryway as Richards and Keane were heading to the pitch to finish their punditry responsibilities.