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Borussia Dortmund recently took to their official social media account to make a pointed comment about Erik ten Hag and Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho.

Borussia Dortmund’s official social media account took a subtle jab at Erik ten Hag and Manchester United following Jadon Sancho’s impressive performance against Paris Saint-Germain.

In the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, Borussia Dortmund secured a 1-0 victory at Signal Iduna Park, with Niclas Fullkrug scoring the decisive goal. However, the spotlight was on Jadon Sancho, who showcased his exceptional skills on the pitch.

After enduring a challenging period at Manchester United, Sancho returned to Dortmund on loan and quickly regained his form. His dazzling display against PSG included 11 successful dribbles, a remarkable achievement that caught the attention of football enthusiasts.

Dortmund’s official account, alongside a picture of Sancho, posted a message affirming their long-standing appreciation of his abilities: “You all owe him an apology, we were ALWAYS familiar with his game.”

The wording seemed to hint at Erik ten Hag’s treatment of Sancho during his time at United, where he faced criticism and was eventually loaned back to Dortmund. Despite the challenges, Sancho’s return to his former club has revitalized his confidence, leading to outstanding performances.

Dortmund is keen on securing Sancho’s permanent return in the upcoming summer transfer window, with negotiations underway with Manchester United. While the financial aspects are being discussed, Sancho remains focused on his current responsibilities and performance.

In a recent interview with CBS Sports, Sancho expressed gratitude for the warm welcome at Dortmund and his focus on present endeavors. As Dortmund prepares for the second leg against PSG, Sancho’s impact and potential future continue to be topics of interest and speculation.

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