Barça's stance on possible Jadon Sancho signing after Man Utd fallout

Barça's stance on possible Jadon Sancho signing after Man Utd fallout

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The Catalan club would be interested in the winger but the costs could be prohibitive

Jadon Sancho could be one of the big movers in the transfer window -- both in January and/or in June. His fallout with his coach, Erik Ten Hag, will force him to leave Manchester United to be able to play and the English club are trying to find a solution so as not to lose the money invested in his signing.

Barcelona have been informed about his situation, as have many European clubs, through contact fron the winger's camp, but in January they will not make a move unless there is an unexpected departure, something that is not being contemplated. Another thing is what could happen after June.

United and the player's idea is to agree a short-term loan deal to allow the player to increase his value. The English club paid Borussia Dortmund €85 million to bring him in after tough negotiations, but the arrival of Ten Hag has frustrated his career in Manchester. Ten Hag has accused him of being unprofessional and has sidelined him. Their relationship is irreconcilable and the player will have to leave.

In January, Juventus seem to be in pole position to sign him on a six-month loan, but the Italian club are not even considering a transfer.

Therefore, it is likely that Sancho will be back on the market in June and Barça will be keeping an eye on that. Despite everything, the player's salary is very high and in order to make a deal happen, Sancho would have to reduce his salary a lot to be able to play at Camp Nou.

It is indisputable that Barça appreciate the quality of Sancho and are very clear that he could be a very interesting player for them. Barça would like to consider the arrival of a winger on the left if they end up selling Ansu Fati and Sancho would fit the bill.

The Blaugrana, with the current economic situation, must be attentive to market opportunities and Sancho could be one if a loan is financially viable.

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