Manchester United legend Roy Keane has had his say on the Jadon Sancho saga.
Sancho fell out with United boss Erik ten Hag on the back of the club’s defeat to Arsenal recently, with the Dutch boss making it public that the winger hadn’t been meeting his expectations in training. Sancho hit back on social media, claiming he had been ‘made a scapegoat’ over recent times.
Ten Hag decided to exile Sancho from the first-team squad, although the pair did meet shortly after.
And now Keane has had his say.
Speaking on the new Stick to Football podcast, Keane said: "Show another side to yourself.
"If you have got question marks over this player, he is not training properly, but he does turn around and show some sort of humility and goes: 'Yeah, I think I got it wrong.' I do think you can move on very quickly.
"We have been in dressing rooms where players have made mistakes and they do say sorry and it is forgotten about. Football dressing rooms are a strange dynamic, if players show that they care and are human, you go: 'That's fine' and move on very, very quickly."