Jadon Sancho 'could get Man Utd lifeline with Ratcliffe team's new psychology-based approach tipped to revitalise flop' | The Sun

JADON SANCHO could be given a Manchester United lifeline when Sir Jim Ratcliffe joins the club.

Billionaire chemical engineer Ratcliffe is buying a 25 per cent stake in United from the unpopular Glazer family for £1.3billion.

And the mega-rich businessman will turn to his chief lieutenant Sir Dave Brailsford in a bid to turn the club around.

According to The Mirror, Brailsford is taking a psychology-based approach alongside therapist Steve Peters at Team Sky. 

And it could prove to benefit squad outcast Sancho, who has been exiled from the first team since September.

The 23-year-old winger was fuming after being dropped for United's 3-1 loss to Arsenal, which Erik ten Hag put down to performances in training.


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Sancho sensationally spoke out on social media to claim he was being used as a "scapegoat".

And after refusing to apologise to his manager for the online outburst, Sancho has been out of the fold ever since.

He has been banished from first-team training since September and instead trains with United's academy teams.

But Ratcliffe is believed to be focussed on bringing in more homegrown players.

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That could offer Sancho his route back into the side.

But the winger has been linked with a January move away from Manchester, with a move to Saudi Arabia touted.

Al-Hilal are the latest to be interested in Sancho as they look to replace injured Brazil superstar Neymar.

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