Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag has insisted he has no regrets about cutting off Jadon Sancho.

During a September Premier League game against Arsenal, Sancho was left out of the squad on match day. After the game, Ten Hag said Sancho needed to work hard to be in the squad. Sancho, after the game, said that he believed there were other reasons why he was not playing and was being used as a scapegoat. Following the tweet, United suspended Sancho from participating in the training and even using the club’s facilities.

Speaking yesterday ahead of their game against Bournemouth, Ten Hag said he has no regrets about cutting off Sancho. “No, I wouldn’t act differently,” he told United We Stand.

United are preparing to face off against Bayern in the do-or-die Champions League at Old Trafford.


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