Former Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov has accused Jadon Sancho of 'overestimating his own value' to the club amid his ongoing stand-off with head coach Erik ten Hag.
Sancho's failure to apologise for a controversial social media post earlier this month has led to him being banished from the first-team set-up at Old Trafford.
The 23-year-old is not currently training with the first team or being considered for selection, while it is understood that he is also not able to use the first-team facilities at the club's training complex.
Ten Hag said that the forward was not included in the squad against Arsenal earlier this month due to some poor performances in training, but the player later took to social media to insist that was not the case.
Unless Sancho apologises to his manager, it appears that his career with the Red Devils is over, with a number of clubs thought to be weighing up January moves for the ex-Manchester City youngster.
Berbatov has said that players of the ilk of Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo carry weight in similar situations, but the Bulgarian has questioned Sancho's conduct considering his struggles at Old Trafford.
«If it continues like this, Jadon Sancho going to go nowhere at the club. I'm very disappointed that a situation like this has been made public and a lot of people are discussing it,» Berbatov told Betfair.
«Things like this happen often, but they're not made public. Players will fight with their managers, players, club staff, or even themselves, but it's not often made public. When it's connected to a big club like United, then people will talk about it and interpret it differently.
»In this case, Sancho has been there for over two years and it's still not working out forRead on sportsmole.co.uk