Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Sancho ‘REFUSES’ to apologise to Ten Hag, Amrabat debut imminent, Kvaratskhelia updates

Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Sancho ‘REFUSES’ to apologise to Ten Hag, Amrabat debut imminent, Kvaratskhelia updates

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JADON SANCHO has refused to apologise to Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag following his Twitter outburst according to reports.

Sancho and his manager Ten Hag have been in a war of words since the England star claimed he was being used as a scapegoat after ten Hag left him out of the matchday squad for United’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal.

Elsewhere, there is growing hope that former Fiorentina star Sofyan Arabat will make his United debut this Saturday against Brighton.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils are eyeing up a move for Napoli winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, according to reports.

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  • Sancho to train alone until a resolution is found

    The Telegraph report that Jadon Sancho has refused to back down on his comments concerning Erik Ten Hag.

    The winger said he was made a “scapegoat” by Ten Hag after being left out of the squad for their 3-1 defeat to Arsenal.

    Erik Ten Hag demanded that the winger apologise ahead of the possibility of bringing him back into the fold.

    But at showdown talks, Sancho refused to apologise for his comments and is refusing to backdown.

    The winger will now train alone until the situation is either resolved or he is sold in January.

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  • Ten Hag has “full support of board”

    Erik Ten Hag has the full backing of the United board over his Jadon Sancho stance.

    The Daily Mail report that Ten Hag demanded an apology from Sancho during their crunch talks this week.

    Sancho, however, refused to back down and has now been made to train on his own by the club.

  • Hope that Amrabat will play on Saturday

    There is growing hope that Sofyan Amrabat will make his United debut on Saturday against Brighton.

    United found an issue with Amrabat’s back during his medical but it was not thought to be a significant enough issue to affect the signing.

    He did however pull out of the Morocco international squad which led to speculation that he may miss Saturday’s match with Brighton.

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  • Director of Football intervention

    The Daily Mail report that it was the intervention of sporting director John Murtough that led to the crisis talks between Jadon Sancho and Erik Ten Hag.

    Ten Hag wanted Sancho to apologise to him for his social media comments that saw him say he had been made a “scapegoat” for the problems at the club.

    But Sancho refused to back down and apologise for his comments during the meeting.

    That’s resulted in Sancho being made to train on his own until a resolution is found – likely a sale in January.

  • Ten Hag has “Full support”

    The Daily Mail report that Erik Ten Hag has the full support of the United board over his treatment of Jadon Sancho,.

    The manager is said to feel wronged and decided to take a tough stance by axing Sancho from training.

    Sancho refused to apologise for his comments on social media where he said he had been made a “scapegoat” by Ten Hag and will now be forced to train on his own until a resolution can be reached.

  • More Sancho details emerge

    The Telegraph report that Jadon Sancho is refusing to back down on his comments concerning Erik Ten Hag.

    The winger said he was made a “scapegoat” by Ten Hag after being left out of the squad for their 3-1 defeat to Arsenal.

    But at showdown talks, Sancho refused to apologise for his comments and is refusing to backdown.

    As a result, he has been made to train on his own by Ten Hag and the club.

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  • Ten Hag praises Fernandes passing ability

    Erik Ten Hag has praised Bruno Fernandes’ passing in his latest press conference.

    The Portuguese recorded three assists during Portugal’s 9-0 win over Luxembourg.

    Ten Hag said: “We have to support him, give him confidence to continue. Because he is a genius of the last pass.

    “It takes a lot of things. Intelligence, but also personality when it goes wrong several times and you keep trying. It takes a certain mentality to keep avoiding the easy pass in favour of the difficult.”

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  • Scott McTominay posts support for Maguire

    United midfielder Scott McTominay has posted to his Instagram in support of Harry Maguire.

    The two met during England’s 3-1 friendly victory over Scotland on Tuesday evening.

    Maguire scored an own goal during the game and was met with abuse from both sets of fans.

    The post was captioned with a fist emoji and a red heart.

  • Amrabat may play against Brighton

    The Telegraph report that there is rising hope in the United camp that Sofyan Amrabat will play a part in Saturday’s game against Brighton.

    A scan during the midfielder’s United medical uncovered a back problem which raised questions over his fitness.

    He was then forced to pull out of Morocco’s international squad.

    But Amrabat is now nearing a return and could play a part against Brighton on Saturday.

  • Sancho refused to apologise to Ten Hag

    The Athletic report that Jadon Sancho’s exile from the United squad came after he refused to apologise to Erik Ten Hag following his online comments.

    The winger complained he had been made a “scapegoat” by the manager after being left out of The Red Devils’ 3-1 defeat to Arsenal.

    United released a statement earlier today saying: “Jadon Sancho will remain on a personal training programme away from the first-team group — pending resolution of a squad discipline issue”

  • Maguire’s mother releases statement

    Harry Maguire’s mother has released a statement on her Instagram story condemning the vile abuse that Maguire has received in recent months.

    She says the level of abuse levelled at Maguire has “gone far beyond football”

  • Maguire’s national team future uncertain

    The Daily Mail report that Harry Maguire’s place as first-choice centre-back for England is at risk.

    Gareth Southgate is growing increasingly concerned with the defender’s lack of game time for United and may be forced to look at other options.

    Southgate apparently plans to look at John Stones next to Marc Guehi during the next round of international fixtures as a contingency if Maguire does not find his way back into United’s first XI.

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  • Onana nominated for The Best Award

    Andre Onana has been nominated for Fifa’s ‘The Best’ award.

    The Cameroon international is one of five to make the shortlist.

    The full shortlist is here:

    • Yassine Bounou
    • Thibaut Courtois
    • Ederson
    • Andre Onana
    • Marc-Andre ter Stegen
  • Eriksen on his new position

    Christian Eriksen has opened up about playing as a number eight rather than as a more attacking ten.

    The midfielder made a name for himself in the more attacking role during his time at Spurs from 2013 until 2020.

    But Ten Hag has relied on him more as a typical central midfielder during his time at United.

    Eriksen said: “It came naturally. It started when I went to Italy, where Conte made me play a little lower down. Ultimately that’s the position I took and I enjoyed it. When I came here [to United], it was the same.”

  • United release Sancho statement

    Manchester United have released a statement commenting on Jadon Sancho’s future at the club.

    The winger looks set to undergo a period of exile away from the first team squad until his issue with Ten Hag is resolved.

    The statement reads: “Jadon Sancho will remain on a personal training programme away from the first-team group — pending resolution of a squad discipline issue”

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  • Manchester United sign Plumley

    Manchester United have signed former Oxford United Kie Plumley on a free transfer.

    The 20-year-old keeper was released by the League One side after not making an appearance for the club.

    He is set to play a backup role in United’s academy side.

    Plumley is United’s eighth signing of the summer under Erik ten Hag.

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  • Garner lifts lid on Ten Hag

    Former United midfielder James Garner has lifted the lid on both Erik Ten Hag and his decision to leave the club.

    James Garner joined Everton in a £9million deal last summer and said the move came after he was not assured of playing time under the Dutchman.

    Garner said: “Ten Hag is a very approachable man, but very strict. He doesn’t allow anyone to break the rules. He tells it like it is and punishes people who have done wrong.

    “My discussion with It was easy for him. I simply asked him if I was going to be part of the group or if he saw me playing a role. I felt that the conversation had not gone as well as I wanted and I I made the decision to leave.”

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  • Hannibal eyed for Turkey loan

    Turkish side Besiktas are lining up a loan swoop for Hannibal Mejbri.

    Fanatik claims they’ve already had a permanent offer rejected by Man Utd for the midfielder.

    But Besiktas hope to land Mejbri until next summer with a new offer.

    Mejbri has been capped 26 times by Tunisia and could jump at the chance to play regularly abroad.

  • Breaking – Sancho spotted at Carrington

    Jadon Sancho has been spotted at Manchester United’s training ground for the first time since his public spat with manager Erik ten Hag.

    Sancho hid his face behind the sun visor as speculation continues around his future at Old Trafford.

    He had been due to meet for talks with Ten Hag on Monday, although it is unclear whether these discussions took place.

    He jetted off to New York during the international break after rejecting interest from Saudi Arabia.

  • Done deal — Plumley joins United

    Man United have made a late swoop for free agent Kie Plumley.

    The goalkeeper, 20, was available after being released by Oxford United last season.

    Plumley failed to make a single senior appearance for the League One side.

    And he becomes United’s eighth signing of the summer under Erik ten Hag.

  • Maguire’s mum sticks up for son

    Harry Maguire’s mum has slammed critics of the Man Utd and England defender.

    Zoe Maguire said: “As a mum seeing the level of negative and abusive comments which my son is receiving from some fans, pundits and the media is disgraceful and totally unacceptable to any walk of life, never mind someone who works his socks off for club and country.

    “I was there in the stand as usual, It’s not acceptable what’s been created, over nothing.

    “I understand that in the football world there are ups and downs, positives and negatives but what Harry receives has gone far beyond ‘football’.”

  • Sancho future goes to higher-ups

    Man Utd’s top brass are stepping in to try and settle the dispute between Jadon Sancho and Erik ten Hag.

    The Daily Mail claims that the club’s football director John Murtough and CEO Richard Arnold both decided to get into “the centre of ongoing talks to settle the dispute”.

    This report states that Sancho “held discussions with United officials as the club look to draw a line under the public spat”.

    And both Arnold and Murtough are “taking an active role in trying to de-escalate tensions” between player and manager.

  • Update: Martial’s early exit

    Martial is believed to have arrived too early for training on Thursday.

    The ace rocked up to Carrington for a morning session.

    But he left immediately after discovering United were not due in until 11.30am for a 12.30pm session.

    Got to love the effort though, right United fans?

  • Breaking – Martial leaves training after five minutes

    Anthony Martial left Carrington after just five minutes this morning, according to reports.

    The Manchester United forward, 27, was snapped in his car heading out of the training ground.

    The Daily Mail state he had only driven in moments earlier.

    However, there is mystery surrounding what prompted the alleged immediate exit.

  • Martinez doubtful to face Brighton

    Lisandro Martinez is an injury doubt for Man United’s game against Brighton.

    The defender limped off in the 3-1 defeat to Arsenal with a foot injury.

    And he did not feature at all for Argentina during the international break.

    Raphael Varane and Luke Shaw are already out, so Harry Maguire or Jonny Evans could be set to start alongside Victor Lindelof on Saturday.



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