Manchester United winger, Jadon Sancho has taken down the social message he posted after their 3-1 defeat at Arsenal, in which he slammed manager Erik ten Hag.
Both men were involved in a public spat last week, after the former Ajax boss claimed Sancho was not included in his matchday squad to the Emirates due to his less-than-impressive performances in training.
Later that evening, the 23-year-old took to social media to say he had been made a ‘scapegoat’.
Sancho’s outburst caused quite a stir and there were even suggestions United might try to offload the former Borussia Dortmund winger to Saudi Arabia before their transfer window closed.
A move never materialised, however, and Sancho reported to the club’s Carrington training base on Monday for the first time since the drama unfolded.
Players not involved in international fixtures had been given time off after the Arsenal defeat, meaning Sancho and Ten Hag avoided a run-in until the start of this week.
They are believed to have held crunch, clear-the-air talks to discuss Sancho’s public outburst, their relationship and, ultimately, the winger’s future at the club under Ten Hag.