Jadon Sancho Receives a Warm Reception from the Dortmund Dressing Room as He Rejoins His Former Club after Being Frozen Out at Man Utd.

Borussia Dortmund welcomed JADON SANCHO with open arms as he reconnected with his old teammates in the locker room.

The 23-year-old will play on loan for the Bundesliga’s top squad for the remainder of the season after being frozen out of Manchester United’s first team.

Jadon Sancho received a warm welcome from his former teammates in the Borussia Dortmund dressing room4Jadon Sancho received a warm welcome from his former teammates in the Borussia Dortmund dressing roomCredit: X @BVBSancho will spend the rest of the season with the Bundesliga giants4Sancho will spend the rest of the season with the Bundesliga giantsCredit: X @BVBSancho was spotted hugging midfielder Marcos Reus4Sancho was spotted hugging midfielder Marcos ReusCredit: X @BVBThe Manchester United outcast returns to Dortmund after leaving in 20214The Manchester United outcast returns to Dortmund after leaving in 2021Credit: Getty

Sancho, who was a member of Dortmund from 2017 to 2021, is back at the team.

Additionally, in a video that the German powerhouses posted, Sancho is shown grinning as he enters the dressing room and is greeted by Marcos Reus and Giovanni Reyna with a hearty hug.

Additionally audible is Sancho remarking, “It’s good to be back.”

The England international was given a Dortmund shirt with the number “10” in black and yellow.

The fan favorite moved to Manchester United for £73 million after scoring 50 goals and dishing out 64 assists in 137 appearances while playing in Germany.

However, he has had a nightmare at Old Trafford, failing to find his best form and scoring just 12 goals in 82 games.

After serving as Manchester United’s exile for four months, Sancho is now seeking to resurrect his career.

Since his public breakup with Erik ten Hag, he has not participated in any football games.

The manager excluded Sancho from the team for United’s September trip to Arsenal, citing his “performances in training.”

Next, the assailant turned to social media, claiming the Dutchman had used him as a “scapegoat”.

He was then barred from training and all first-team facilities when he failed to apologize.

The remaining years of Sancho’s Red Devils deal expire in 2026, and while he is in Germany, his parent club will pay £100,000 of his weekly income of £290,000.

According to reports, Dortmund’s loan agreement does not include a buyout option.

They will give United £3 million for the loan; if appearance and Champions League qualification requirements are fulfilled, that amount might increase to £3.4 million.

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