Juventus make Jadon Sancho transfer decision
Juventus have decided against pursuing a deal for Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho in January.
The Englishman is currently suspended by the Red Devils following his public criticism of manager Erik ten Hag in September.
Ten Hag has made the decision to offload him as soon as possible, but it appears the Bianconeri won't be making a move for him.
The Serie A giants were planning a loan deal for the attacker with a possible option to buy him permanently during the summer.
However, they are not in a good financial position to afford the player with United wanting most of his wages to be paid on loan.
Sancho currently earns a staggering €350,000-a-week. The Bianconeri are unlikely to pay close to €250,000 weekly to sign him.
The winger still remains open to pursuing a new challenge in the New Year. Borussia Dortmund could make a proposal to re-sign him.
Saudi Arabian clubs are also exploring moves for Sancho, but the former Man City graduate has no desire to move to the Middle East.