Having mostly disappointed ever since he arrived in a big money move from Borussia Dortmund, Jadon Sancho is one of the players who could depart Manchester United in January.

How that happens remains to be seen, but there have been a number of reports claiming that Juventus are keen on the England international for the next transfer window.

As expected, they would only be able to afford a loan for the Manchester United winger, with journalist Rudy Galetti bringing the latest on the situation.

Taking to X, he explains that the Serie A side are ‘still in contact’ with the Red Devils over the player’s temporary move from the Red Devils in January, after the player publicly fell out with Erik ten Hag following some criticism from the manager.

In fact, they would be ‘willing to pay part of his salary’, with talks between the two sides continuing.

The ideal situation for Manchester United would be to sell the Englishman ‘permanently’, but that would likely be far too expensive for the Italians.

Furthermore, with talk of a move to Saudi Arabia, Galetti adds that Sancho doesn’t consider a move there a ‘concrete option’.