The Daily and Sunday Express is based in Dortmund and has covered Sancho’s recent performances. His second stint at the club has been relatively positive so far.
After making three appearances, he made a late substitute appearance against Freiburg. During his second debut, Sancho provided an assist from the bench, which came after a four-month banishment at United.
He then started in wins over 1.FC Koln and VfL Bochum, winning a penalty in the former match. However, he missed the game against Heidenheim due to a muscle injury but made an instant comeback in the following match.
During the match on Friday night, Sancho missed three big chances in just seven minutes on the pitch. His worst missed opportunity occurred in the second minute of stoppage time.
Sancho’s future at Old Trafford remains uncertain and could depend on whether Ten Hag continues as manager in the first full season of the INEOS overhaul. A permanent stay at Dortmund seems unlikely, according to the club’s boss Edin Terzic.
He stated that it might be very difficult for Sancho to stay, given the club’s original investment in him. Despite these challenges, if Sancho can overcome his recent setback and continue his positive performances at the Westfalenstadion, he may get a chance to succeed at United for a second time.