Last week, Sancho expressed his frustration towards Manchester United’s manager, Erik ten Hag, after Ten Hag mentioned that he was omitted from the squad for the Arsenal game due to his training performance.
However, according to The Athletic, United had been growing increasingly concerned with Sancho’s issues related to punctuality.
In response, they implemented a schedule that was set one hour ahead of the regular timing, which initially had some success before Sancho reverted to his previous habits.
The report also highlighted Ten Hag’s exasperation with Sancho’s punctuality and what he perceived as a lack of enthusiasm during training sessions.
Additionally, it noted that several of Sancho’s United teammates had also become frustrated with his performance, as he has not lived up to expectations since his £74 million ($92 million) transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2021.
During the international break, Sancho took a holiday to New York.
However, in a positive sign, he deleted his earlier social media post in which he criticised Ten Hag.
This deletion is seen as an indication of his willingness to mend his relationship with the manager.