Erik ten Hag’s departure from Manchester United requires a £50m decision from Ratcliffe.

In 2021, Manchester United spent £73m to acquire Sancho from Dortmund, following his standout performances in the Bundesliga. The club offers its community members exclusive deals, promotions, and advertisements from both the club and its partners, with the option to unsubscribe at any time.

Reports in November indicated that United would demand up to £50m to sell Sancho, with the player earning a significant £275,000 per week. However, it is expected that Dortmund may struggle to meet these financial terms.

Ratcliffe has been evaluating football operations at Old Trafford and is reportedly considering Ten Hag’s future as manager due to inconsistent results. If Ten Hag remains at the helm, Sancho’s return to the first team seems unlikely.

Despite the risk of missing out on £50m by retaining Sancho, there is potential to develop a player with a market value of £100m and significant future potential. This approach could ultimately prove to be cost-effective.

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