Man United: Ten Hag bans Jadon Sancho from all first-team facilities

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has banned Jadon Sancho from all first-team facilities, including the team dining room.

Ten Hag and the player fell out publicly following a 3-1 defeat at Arsenal earlier this month.

Sancho was dropped from the United squad for the game at the Emirates, and when asked about his absence, Ten Hag claimed he was not impressed with the player’s performance levels in training.

In a now-deleted social media post, Sancho hit back at the former Ajax boss and insisted the claims are “untrue” and that he is being made a “scapegoat”.

The former Borussia Dortmund winger has refused to apologise for his comments and has been ordered to train alone at Carrington until the matter is resolved.

(Daily Post)

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Transfer: Man United to sign ex-Chelsea defender after Shaw’s injury

Manchester United have placed Ryan Bertrand on their shortlist of candidates to deputise for the injured Luke Shaw.

Bertrand, who has previously played for Chelsea and Leicester City, is currently without a club.

Red Devils boss, Erik ten Hag, is scouting the market for a player that would take Shaw’s place in his squad.

Shaw is set for an “extended period” on the sidelines with a muscular problem.

The England fullback has featured for the entire 90 minutes of United’s first two Premier League games.

He will now miss Saturday’s home fixture against Nottingham Forest and next week’s showdown with Arsenal.

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EPL: Tottenham thrash Man United 2-0

Ange Postecoglou enjoyed his first Premier League win as Tottenham manager thanks to two second-half goals against Manchester United.

Pape Matar Sarr put the hosts ahead with his first Spurs goal, cooly guiding home a side-footed half-volley from six yards after Dejan Kulusevski’s cross ricocheted off Lisandro Martinez.

Red Devils defender Martinez then scuffed Ben Davies’ mis-hit shot past his own keeper Andre Onana to gift Spurs a second late on to put the result beyond doubt.

The hosts almost led earlier, hitting the woodwork twice in a matter of seconds late in the first half as Pedro Porro’s shot crashed off the bar before Luke Shaw deflected Sarr’s return ball on to the post.

However, Erik ten Hag’s visitors were the better side for much of the first period and were made to rue a glaring miss from captain Bruno Fernandes, who sent an unmarked header well over from close range.

Sarr’s opener sparked United into renewed life as Antony curled an effort on to the post, Casemiro’s header forced Spurs keeper Guglielmo Vicario into a fine flying save.

The keeper also thwarted Raphael Varane, tipping his header on to the bar in the seventh minute of injury-time.

(BBC)

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