According to reports, Manchester United has barred It Super Star Player from using any first-team facilities, including the squad dining area.

According to reports, Manchester United has barred  from using any first-team facilities, including the squad dining area.

Since claiming that Erik ten Hag was lying about the cause for his exclusion from the squad for their defeat against Arsenal earlier this month, the England attacker has been working out with the club’s junior players.

Following Sancho’s social media criticism of Red Devils manager Ten Hag, the player was barred from team practices.

However, the Daily Mirror has now claimed that Sancho has also been prohibited from using any first-team facilities at Man United’s Carrington training facility.

According to the allegation, Sancho must eat with youth players at Man United rather than being permitted to eat with the first squad.

TalkSPORT has learned that the club supports Ten Hag and that Sancho won’t be allowed to return until he accepts responsibility.

talkSPORT is aware that the Dutchman is not feeling satisfied with the current circumstances.

After heated discussions with Ten Hag, Sancho was banned from first-team practice. He had taken offense to his manager’s assertion that he was left off the team for the 3-1 loss to Arsenal because he hadn’t trained well enough.

According to numerous reports, Sancho has steadfastly refused to apologize and the 23-year-old has been completely cut off. On the same day that Manchester United’s main team played Brighton at Old Trafford, he was seen at Carrington watching the under-18s.

It is said that certain Man United players disagree with the decision to expel Sancho, while Ten Hag shot down the rumors.

Ten Hag stated: “I don’t know if it’s a leak but I know opinion, I know my players” prior to Man United’s victory at Burnley last weekend.

“Anyone is welcome to offer suggestions; we accept them. At United, winning every game is a requirement in order for nothing to change. There is never an easy game, especially not against Burnley, so it all depends on how we play.


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