Manchester United attacker Jadon Sancho has no plans of moving to Saudi Arabia at the age of 23, according to Manchester Evening News.
The Englishman fell out with manager Erik ten Hag earlier this month. He publicly criticised the Dutchman after he was dropped for the Arsenal game.
As a result, Sancho has been banished from first-team training and reports claim that he could leave the club in the winter transfer window.
The 23-year-old is eager to play regular football in the prime of his career and does not want to stagnate himself with the lack of playing time.
A number of Saudi Arabian clubs are keen on landing his services, but Sancho has no desire to move to the Middle East at his current age.
Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich could be possible candidates to sign him, but neither are likely to make a permanent transfer offer.
Meanwhile, Sancho could yet revive his career with the Red Devils if he is prepared to issue a public apology to Ten Hag in the near future.