• July 25, 2024

Erik ten Hag’s Departure from Manchester United Prompts £50m Decision as Ratcliffe Considers Axe

In 2021, Manchester United paid £73m to sign Sancho from Dortmund after his impressive performances in the Bundesliga. The club’s community members receive special offers, promotions, and advertisements from both the club and its partners.

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The Mirror reported that United would demand up to £50m to part ways with Sancho, and the player earns a significant £275,000 per week. Dortmund may struggle to meet the demands of both the player and United.

Ratcliffe, who recently joined Old Trafford, is evaluating the football operations at the club and is reportedly considering Ten Hag’s future. With Ten Hag still in charge, it is unlikely that Sancho will be able to return to the first team.

United could potentially miss out on £50m by keeping Sancho, but they may discover a player worth £100m with his best years still ahead, making it a cost-effective strategy in the long term.

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