Manchester United legend Dwight Yorke has told manager Erik ten Hag not to allow Jadon Sancho near his first team.
Sancho has been frozen out of the Man United squad following a public fallout with Ten Hag in September.
The England international was left out of the Red Devils’ squad for the 3-1 loss at Arsenal on September 3 because of training-related concerns, as stated by Ten Hag.
Sancho has not played for Ten Hag’s side since and could be offloaded in the January transfer window.
“Sancho should not be anywhere near the first team and he should not mingle with the first team,” Yorke told InstantCasino (as quoted by Goal).
“I would not allow it if I were in charge. Man United are going through a tough spell right now, and they should not have to deal with the Sancho situation on top of it.
“The manager has to sort those situations out and he needs to do what he needs to do to make sure he saves his own back and is not embarrassed.”
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