Jadon Sancho’s Potential Move to Saudi Roshen League: Latest Updates and Rejection of Offer

The Potential Move of Jadon Sancho to the Saudi Roshen League

A few hours separate us from the closing of the summer transfer market within the Saudi Roshen League, which has witnessed since its inception the recruitment of a group of the world’s most prominent stars, the latest of which is Jadon Sancho, the Manchester United player.

The name of the English star was associated with the move to Al-Ettifaq Club, led by Liverpool legend Stephen Gerrard, the team’s coach, on the last day of the Saudi Mercato.

It is worth noting that the young star is associated with Manchester United, with a contract that extends until 2026, but recently a crisis arose between him and Eric Ten Hag, the coach of the team, which prompted some to expect his departure from the Red Devils.

The fact that Sancho moved to the Saudi Roshen League!

And according to what was reported by the American “CBS” network, Al-Ettifaq Club is fully prepared to submit an offer to include the Manchester United player, this summer, on a loan system, with a clause entitlement to purchase.

And the American network stressed that the English team may actually resort to selling the player, due to the tense situation between him and Eric Ten Hag.

Sancho refuses to move to the agreement

And according to what was published by the reliable Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano, an expert in the transfer market of players and coaches, as he emphasized the rejection of the offer by the player and his team to move to Saudi Roshan League.

Romano said, through his personal account on the social networking site “X”: “Serious and the agreement. The story was rejected by the player and the club. No negotiations took place after the completion of the Gray deal. He will be the wing of the agreement.”

He concluded, “It is expected that Jadon will discuss the situation with Erik ten Hag and the coaching staff soon.”

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