Erik ten Hag has already explained Jadon Sancho situation at Man United as statement released

Jadon Sancho during the UEFA Champions League Final between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid CF at Wembley Stadium.
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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has alreadyexplained that the club will ‘see’ what will happen with the future of Jadon Sancho with the player due to return to the club this summer.

The winger joined former club Borussia Dortmund on loan for the second half of the season in the January transfer window after a public fallout with Ten Hag. He impressed with his performances for the German side, helping them to the Champions League final.

Sancho has now taken to social media to thank Dortmund for his second spell at the club. "What a crazy six months. We win together we lose together, these moments only make us stronger!” He wrote.

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"I'm so grateful to be a part of such an amazing group of players! I want to congratulate Real Madrid on winning the Champions League.

"We came up short on the night, but we should be super proud of ourselves. We are a family and these moments won't break us! Thank you to everybody who came out to support us on such a special day!

"I want to thank everyone involved at such an amazing club. I can't thank you enough for welcoming me back the way you all have during these last six months. Thank you to Edin Terzic, Sebastian Kehl and Hans-Joachim Watzke for believing in me and bringing me back. Finally a special thank you to the BVB fans. Your support is amazing and I'm forever thankful for you all!"

Not long after he completed a move back to Dortmund, Ten Hag opened up on the situation surrounding the player. "He’s now at Dortmund. So after he was signed, one year, there were issues and we have had issues all the way through," he told Sky Sports. "So his stay here at Manchester United so far is not a success, so he’s gone back to Borussia Dortmund and I wish him the best of luck. We hope he does very well there and will be successful and then we will see what is going to happen."

He added: "I don’t want every time to return to the point, he knows what he should do [publically apologise], we have made that clear. It was also so clear and obvious about his performance, so let’s stop this discussion, he’s at Dortmund and we wish him the best of luck."

As reported by the Manchester Evening News, United are looking to cash in on Sancho this summer, with Dortmund interested in signing the player for a third time. The club hope to earn as much as possible for the deal with Dortmund possibly having to eclipse their €35 million transfer record.