Jadon Sancho returned to training with Manchester United’s first team on Tuesday.
The The forward, 22, has not played for United since being substituted in the 1-1 draw at Chelsea on October 22.
He returned to Carrington last week as part of his personal training plan Agreed with his club in November. Both United manager Erik ten Hag and Sancho Thought it was better to have a reset of the daily training environment at United Carrington training ground.
As Sancho’s team-mates represented their respective countries in the World Cup finals, the Londoner traveled to the Netherlands And undertaking an individual training program with coaches has worked with earlier.
Sancho was not exiled or dropped from the team, but United’s manager acted after seeing That his form fell. Ten Hag has dropped several players this season and has been Determined on almost all his decisions.
Explaining the move in early December, Ten Hag said: “First of all, we didn’t see him in it Last games for United, so he is not in the right status, in the right fitness state, so now he isOn an individual program and we want him to finish the program and hopefully me See him back soon.”
Asked why Sancho wasn’t at United’s wet-weather Spanish training camp in December, Ten Haag said: “He is not good enough.” Sometimes there are circumstances with fitness and Mood. Now he is on a physical program and our goal is to get him back as quickly as possible Possible.
“He was good (pre-season), but also when the league started he played some good games Like Liverpool, Leicester and Arsenal,” said Ten Hag, noting that he scored against Liverpool and Leicester and set up a goal against Spurs.
“After we have a drop in level and What happens sometimes you don’t know what or what is causing it. This is who we are Doing now, trying to research and now we’re trying to get him back there. It is a combination of Physically but also mentally.”
On the same trip, Ten Hag was also asked when he realized that there was a problem with Sancho’s form.
“Most of the time it comes slowly,” he said. “On the tour he played really well, the beginning of The league he played really well, after the break his performance is lower. First you Observe but also the stats support it and at the beginning of the season he has goals and Assists and his key moments and key actions and it became less and less. ”
In December, Ten Hag concluded his thoughts about Sancho by saying: “We want to bring him Back as soon as possible, but I can’t give a prognosis of when that will be.
Ten Hag will be delighted that Sancho is now back in full first team training alongside his Teammates who have won their last nine matches.
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