Date: 31st October 2023 at 7:02pm
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Manchester United will be hoping to return to winning ways when they host Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup fourth round on Wednesday. 

The Red Devils have endured a dismal start to the new season – winning just five of their Premier League games so far – and were well beaten by rivals Manchester City last time out.

A brace from Erling Haaland put the Citizens in a commanding position in the Manchester derby, before Phil Foden added a third to give Pep Guardiola’s side a convincing victory on Sunday.

The result leaves United eighth in the top flight table, and the club appear to be in disarray off the pitch, too.

Winger Jadon Sancho is still being excluded from Erik ten Hag’s senior squad, after publicly falling out with the Dutchman.

The England international criticised his manager on social media after being left out of the United squad for their game against Arsenal earlier this season, and now faces an uncertain future.

Now, though, it appears that his former club could be interested in signing him.

Sancho could make a sensational return to Borussia Dortmund

According to 90min, German side Borussia Dortmund could loan out one of their young stars in order to free up space in the squad for Sancho.

The report claims that the German club could allow Jamie Bynoe-Gittens to leave on loan in January, before potentially making a move for Sancho.

Sancho spent four years with Dortmund before joining United in 2021, and the England international was hugely impressive during his time in Germany.

In total he scored 50 goals and provided 64 assists in 137 matches for the Bundesliga side across all competitions, and the report claims that the club are interested in re-signing him.

Bynoe-Gittens, 19, has made just five appearances for Dortmund so far this season, and could therefore be allowed to leave in order to gain more regular first team football.

If the Englishman does leave, Dortmund could then look to sign Sancho and, while United favour the idea of a permanent sale, they could also allow him to leave on loan for the second half of the campaign.

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