Source: Utd confident Sancho banishment legal

Source: Utd confident Sancho banishment legal
Source: Utd confident Sancho banishment legal

Manchester United are confident their treatment of Jadon Sancho is justified, according to a source, despite rules against making players train in isolation.


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