How Jadon Sancho's Man Utd team-mates feel about star after Erik ten Hag row
Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho is coming under intense scrutiny for his public disagreement with manager Erik ten Hag.
The falling out has raised questions about Sancho's popularity among his team-mates. It has now been revealed that some of his United colleagues "are not big fans" of the 23-year-old.
It comes after Sancho's response to being dropped from the squad for the weekend Premier League match against Arsenal, where he claimed to have been a "scapegoat" for some time after Ten Hag questioned his level of commitment in training. Sancho's lack of popularity within the dressing room is attributed to concerns about his effort levels and commitment, reports the Mirror.
ESPN's Mark Ogden commented on this issue, stating that not all players are universally liked by their peers. He said: "Not every player is popular with his team-mates.
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"Dressing rooms aren't always happy places and I have been told there are some players that aren't big fans of Jadon Sancho at Manchester United. If they feel his performances and commitment aren't matching up to their level, it's going to be an issue."