In a recent exclusive update, transfer news authority Fabrizio Romano spoke on the future of Manchester United stars, Scott McTominay and Jadon Sancho.
Romano, during his appearance on the Debrief podcast, shed light on McTominay’s potential departure from Manchester United.
McTominay, the Scottish international, had previously caught attention with potential suitors, and Man Utd had a chance to transfer him in the past summer.
However, an offer from West Ham was declined as it didn’t meet United’s valuation.
Reflecting on a recent standout performance from McTominay against Brentford, Romano anticipates that his situation will remain unchanged in January, unless a substantial offer is tabled.
Elaborating on McTominay’s status at the club, Romano mentioned, “In discussions with Erik ten Hag, Manchester United identified McTominay as a player who might be let go for the right price.
“United values McTominay’s professionalism and dedication. They’re inclined to retain him unless a significant offer comes through.”
Additionally, Romano discussed Jadon Sancho’s current standing at Manchester United. Sancho has yet to apologize to manager Erik ten Hag for an unspecified matter.
While there have been murmurs of interest from Italian teams, Romano clarified that, as of now, neither Juventus nor Roma are actively seeking someone in Sancho’s position.
However, Romano highlighted the possibility of Sancho returning to the Bundesliga, given his previous successful stint there.
Romano noted, “It’s worth monitoring German clubs. Sancho’s history in the Bundesliga is notable.
Borussia Dortmund’s involvement will be crucial, especially considering their league standings and potential competitions in the latter half of the season.”
For Manchester United, Sancho’s apology is awaited.
Romano concludes, “It’s a complex situation. If no apology is forthcoming, then January might be the time for a resolution.”