Jadon Sancho, a winger for Manchester United, has disabled his Instagram account following an altercation with the club’s manager, Erik ten Hag. Currently, Sancho is not allowed to play for the Red Devils’ first team due to an altercation with Ten Hag over the way he performed in training. The 23-year-old was not included in the United team for the 3-1 loss at Arsenal previously this month.
The England international refuted Ten Hag’s allegations that he had underperformed in practise. Through a post that has since been removed on X (previously Twitter), he even implied that his management was using him as a scapegoat.
The pair’s conflict appears to be beyond repair, and the United superstar is now in the public eye. On September 26, he mysteriously chose to shut his Instagram account, “sanchooo10,” and it is no longer reachable.
Just prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November, he erased all of the images from his Instagram account and blacked out the whole account. Ten Hag then sent the Englishman to the Netherlands for a three-month period of private instruction since he had been going under a similar trying time.
The Manchester United attacker has drawn criticism for how he handled Ten Hag’s banishment. Just a few weeks after having been taken out of the team to play Arsenal, he flew off for New York.
According to The Daily Mirror, Sancho has been persuaded to make amends to Ten Hag by the Manchester United teammates Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, as well as Luke Shaw. It has been said that the English attacker has to set things right with his management in order to go back into the starting lineup.
The former Borussia Dortmund forward, though, is steadfast in his assertion that Ten Hag’s problems with him are personal. Not only has he been excluded from practice, but also from the practice spaces and even the entire team’s lunch facility. Instead, he is having dinner with young players from the team.