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“We can’t keep waiting for these players to perform. We needs to get rid of them and sign the amazing talents before other big clubs does”-Man Utd launch plan to get rid of Antony and Jadon Sancho and if possible Greenwood to sign Amazing three Wingers from France after Erik ten Hag instructions on his last meeting with INEOS.

Manchester United is executing an ambitious £100 million transfer strategy aimed at parting ways with Jadon Sancho and Antony. Sancho’s departure to Borussia Dortmund on loan without a buy option followed a fallout with Erik ten Hag. Similarly, Antony has faced criticism for his lackluster performances, failing to score in 22 appearances for the club this season.


Both players are considered surplus to requirements, prompting Manchester United to devise a plan to offload them in the upcoming summer transfer window. According to reports, the club has offered Sancho and Antony to teams in Saudi Arabia, seeking to recoup a portion of the £155 million spent on their acquisitions. Manchester United is reportedly looking to fetch around £50 million for each player.


Despite being linked with clubs like Barcelona and Juventus, Sancho opted for a loan move back to Dortmund after a disappointing stint at Old Trafford. The English winger, signed for a hefty fee of £73 million in 2021, has struggled to find consistent form, managing just 12 goals in 82 appearances for Manchester United.


Antony, on the other hand, faces an uncertain future at the club after being urged by Ten Hag to improve his performance. Signed for £86 million in 2022, the Brazilian forward has failed to live up to expectations, with no goals to his name this season and only eight goals in 44 games last season.


  1. Manchester United’s director of football, John Murtough, has been proactive in exploring potential transfer opportunities, holding discussions with officials from the Saudi Pro League and Saudi Ministry of Sport during the Club World Cup. The outcome of these talks could see Sancho and Antony being offloaded to Saudi Arabia as part of the club’s strategic planning for the summer transfer window.

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