Sancho’s refusal to apologise led to the 24-year-old being loaned back to the club United had bought him from, Borussia Dortmund, during the mid-season transfer window. The latest illustration of his resurgence was his performances for the Yellow and Blacks over the course of their two-legged quarter-final in the UEFA Champions League against Atletico Madrid, with his contributions helping the Bundesliga outfit progress 5-4 on aggregate. In his latest pre-match press conference, Ten Hag acknowledged the attacker’s good form, but also addressed the simmering tension that seems to still be prevalent between them.

“Of course, I follow international football and follow the players on loan at other clubs. It was a fantastic game, Dortmund against Atletico Madrid. A great performance from Dortmund and also for Jadon, it’s good news.

He made his contribution to the result for Dortmund,” the former Ajax Amsterdam boss said, as per *Goal*. [Check Out: What If…]

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