JADON SANCHO has been reportedly offered the a shock escape route out of Old Trafford.
The out-of-favour Man Utd winger, 23, could be set to quit the Red Devils, after a row with Erik ten Hag.
Now, it has been claimed that a Champions League giant are desperate to convince him to join their ranks.
Barcelona are the latest club linked with a move for the England forward, claim Sport.
The report adds they are closely monitoring his situation under ten Hag, and could be set to offer Sancho a loan move in January.
Sancho has found himself training away from his team-mates, after a feud with ten Hag.
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The Dutch tactician revealed he dropped the player for the game against Arsenal because of his poor performance in training.
Sancho hit back, claiming ten Hag was making him the "scapegoat" for Man Utd's failings.
In a social media rant, he also wrote: “I will not allow people saying things that are completely untrue, I’ve conducted myself in training very well this week.”
The Catalans could be rivalled for Sancho in the January.
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As SunSport revealed, Borussia Dortmund are also eyeing up a move for their former player.
Manchester United brushed off a loan transfer approach from his old club last January.
Yet Dortmund plan to launch a fresh move in the next window if Sancho, 23, fails to make peace with Erik ten Hag.
Sancho, who made three appearances off the bench prior to the Arsenal game, has had a chequered United career since his £73million arrival in 2021.
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He spent three months out of the first-team picture last season, training alone in Holland.
If United decide enough is enough in the January window, they would still want a hefty chunk of the player’s near £300,000-a-week wages covered.
Sancho has always insisted he is determined to make the grade at Old Trafford.
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