Jadon Sancho issues Manchester United ultimatum, Ben White decision shakes England


By: Manu Tournoux

Sancho does not want to return to MU

Manchester United will have to deal with the Jadon Sancho case in the coming months! The Englishman returned to Borussia Dortmund this winter and is regaining color after months of struggle in Manchester. But as indicated The Sun on his website, the striker does not want to return to the Red Devils as long as Erik ten Hag is in office. The BVB would also be ready to jump at the opportunity to get him back permanently this summer for €40 million. According to the tabloid, a “reconciliation seems impossible» between the two men. But for Sancho, the decision is made not to return to Old Trafford as long as Ten Hag is on the bench. Answer next summer because for the moment the Dutchman has not received official support from Jim Ratcliffe, the new big boss of the Red Devils.

The Ben White case is getting people talking

In England, the Three Lions coach revealed his list of players called up for the next international break. And Gareth Southgate has made surprising revelations about Arsenal player Ben White. Indeed, the defender would have indicated to his coach that he did not want to return to the selection! “We received a call from Arsenal last week to say that Ben White did not want to be considered for England teams. He didn’t want to be selected and it’s a real shame, he’s a player that I really like. I took him to the Euros and the World Cup. I spoke to him after Qatar, I was keen to choose him… there was clearly some reluctance on his part», blurted Southgate. A decision that caused a stir across the Channel! THE Daily Star returns to “White’s refusal» to wear the selection jersey. “Mystery over the Three Lions squad. Key Arsenal player rejects Southgate’s invitation to recall him», writes the tabloid. Same thing on the front page of Daily Express who advertises that it is “White flag», with a pun on White. “Arsenal defender tells Southgate he doesn’t want to play for England.» In short, a decision that has caused a lot of ink to flow in His Majesty’s kingdom.

France savors

In France, there was the difficult but happy qualification of Olympique de Marseille last night for the quarter-finals of the Europa League. The Phocaeans lost (3-1) on the Villarreal pitch but their success (4-0) in the first leg allowed them to continue in the competition. For its part, LOSC drew at home against Sturm Graz (1-1). For The Teamit was “great heat before spring. OM had to wait until the final minutes and a goal from Jonathan Clauss to ensure their qualification. With PSG in the Champions League and Lille in the Europa Conference League, three French clubs will compete in the quarter-finals, the draw for which takes place today.» Provence looks back at OM’s qualifier and believes that Gasset’s players are “spent suffering“. In Spain, we wanted to believe in the comeback but ultimately as written A.S.it is Marseille that will see what happens next despite the victory of the Yellow Submarine.

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