Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has claimed he would have felt ashamed' had his performances in training been criticised publicly, as he urged Jadon Sancho to manager Erik ten Hag.
Sancho is currently being kept away from the first team as he continues his stand-off with Ten Hag amid his refusal to apologise for his public comments against his manager.
The £73million winger was exiled from United training after claiming on social media that he had been a 'scapegoat' and effectively calling Ten Hag a liar following defeat at Arsenal.
He has reportedly been barred from using senior squad facilities including the dining room
Sancho, who joined from Borussia Dortmund in 2021, has made just three sub appearances for United this season, but has not featured in the squad since his outburst.
Keane, speaking on Stick to Football, claimed Sancho would be able to resume his Man United career if he was to apologise to Ten Hag.
The former Red Devils captain insisted that the Man United dressing room would move on from the incident 'very quickly'.
‘If you have got questions marks over this player, he is not training properly and he does turn around and show some sort of humility and says maybe I got it wrong, you can move on very quickly,' Keane said.
‘We’ve been in dressing rooms where players have come in and said: “Sorry lads I have made a mistake” and it is forgotten about very quickly.
‘Football dressing rooms are a strange dynamic. If a player shows they care and they are human, it’s fine, we move on quickly.’
The stand-off began following Man United's defeat against Arsenal when Ten Hag said 'Jadon, on his performances in training we did not select him,' after being asked why Sancho had not been selected for the fixture.
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