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Jadon Sancho misses Man Utd’s trip to Spain as he continues individual training programme in bid to get back to his best

MANCHESTER UNITED star Jadon Sancho will miss the club’s warm-weather training camp to focus on an individual programme.

United announced they would be travelling to Spain for a pair of mid-season friendlies as they gear up for the return of the Premier League.

Boss Erik ten Hag will be eager to get his squad up and running before the Premier League returns
Donny van de Beek will be hoping the trip will be the jump start he needs for his Utd career
Scott McTominay and Teden Mengi were spotted ahead Man Utd’s flight to Spain
David de Gea was snubbed for the World Cup by Spain boss Luis Enrique
Victor Lindelof will also be among the senior players in Spain
A number of academy players are going out to Spain including Bjorn Hardley, left, and Noam Emeran, right
Pictured from left to right Charlie McNeill, Rhys Bennett, Joe Hugill and Zidane Iqbal
Jadon Sancho has been spotted training alone
Sancho has struggled during his time at United

United saw 13 stars jet off to the World Cup, plus loan players Alex Telles and Hannibal Mejbri.

And any player not in Qatar was due to report in ready to travel out to Spain, with Scott McTominay and U23 captain Teden Mengi spotted at the airport ahead of departure.

However, Sancho will not be joining the rest of the team.

Journalist Steven Railston reported the ex-Borussia Dortmund winger will instead focus on his individual training programme in order to “get back to his highest level.”

Sancho has previously been pictured doing drills alone in Holland after being snubbed for England selection by Gareth Southgate.

The 22-year-old saw his form drop off towards the second half of the pre-World Cup Premier League campaign.

And the reason behind his individual training is to help him “refocus” with advice from boss Erik ten Hag.

The Red Devils will face off against La Liga outfit Cadiz CF on December 7 before following up with a tie against Real Betis on December 10.


Sancho started off the season with three goals in his first eight games, but has failed to net since.

He has failed to live up to the promise of when he was signed for £73million in 2021 – with only glimpses of his talent coming through.

United winger Anthony Elanga pictured next to Di’shon Bernard
Assistant manager Mitchell van der Gaag leave Carrington ahead of their flight
Martin Dubravka could see some minutes in Spain

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