Serie A giants Juventus have entered the race to sign Jadon Sancho from Manchester United in January, according to Calciomercato.
The Englishman is currently suspended by the club following his needless outburst towards manager Erik ten Hag after the Arsenal game.
Ten Hag highlighted that Sancho was dropped due to his poor attitude in training. This did not go well with the forward who accused him of lying.
Sancho is now away from the first-team squad and reports claim that he may have already played his final game for the Mancunian giants.
Juventus have now entered the pursuit of the former Dortmund man and they are likely to explore a loan deal for him in the New Year.
As part of the move, United may need to compensate part of Sancho’s wages. Juventus are unlikely to pay anywhere near £250,000-a-week.
For a future permanent transfer, United may need to hand Sancho with a huge pay-off such that he accepts a pay-cut with the Bianconeri.