- England international's public outburst on social media landed him in hot water
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The £73million winger has been forced to train on his own at the academy and barred from using first team facilities since publicly branding manager Erik ten Hag a liar over his reasons for dropping him for the 3-1 away defeat by Arsenal in September.
Sancho removed the social media post media but refused to apologise for the outburst resulting in a now prolonged absence from the senior squad.
According to The Sun, the 23-year-old is no closer to reintegrating with his team-mates and instead has been axed from another link to the United dressing room.
They report that Sancho has been removed from the team's WhatsApp group which is used by Ten Hag and his staff to send key information to the players.
Jadon Sancho has reportedly been axed from Manchester United's WhatsApp group
The winger posted a tweet claiming that the comments made by Ten Hag were untrue
Jadon Sancho looks set to be on his way out of Old Trafford in the upcoming transfer window
Last month Mail Sport revealed that United will listen to offers for the England international in January, two-and-a-half years on from his big-money move from Borussia Dortmund.
The club were prepared to accept £45m for Sancho in the summer and may now be persuaded to agree to a loan move away from Old Trafford in January, particularly if it came with the guarantee of a permanent transfer.
United are prepared to take a significant loss on Sancho, if it means supporting Ten Hag who was brought in to improve discipline which had lapsed under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick.
Sources point out that this was not Sancho’s first transgression under Ten Hag, whose strict rules led to him dropping top scorer Marcus Rashford at Wolves last season and more recently labelling his post-derby day nightout as unacceptable.
Ten Hag has never been drawn to speak publicly on Sancho's removal from the United first team, with the Dutchman keeping his council when asked on the England international following the incident in September.
Sancho's public opposition to his manager was by far the most serious offence, and they will continue to back Ten Hag to the hilt, mindful that discipline is the bedrock for his United rebuild.
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