The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) have reportedly been in contact with Manchester United to try 'to help resolve the disagreement' between Jadon Sancho and Erik ten Hag.
On Monday, it was revealed that the 23-year-old has been banned from all first team facilities at the club's training ground amid his ongoing dispute with the Dutch manager.
According to The Times, the PFA, have 'contacted the club and Sancho to try to help the two men settle their differences.'
But the outlet says that 'there has been no resolution' and doubts have been cast over whether the right-winger will be included in the squad for United's EFL Cup clash against Crystal Palace on Tuesday at Old Trafford.
Their dispute arose after the Dutch coach had claimed Sancho's omission from United's 3-1 defeat by Arsenal was because of the winger's 'performances in training.'
It prompted a response from the England forward who claimed he was 'being made a scapegoat' in a now-deleted post on social media.
He wrote on X, formerly Twitter: ‘I have conducted myself in training very well this week’ and ‘I’ve been a scapegoat for a long time which isn’t fair!’
Ten Hag was set to hold talks with Sancho to clear the air, with Mail Sport also revealing that Man United football director football John Murtough and CEO Richard Arnold had taken an active role in trying to repair the rift.
But the club subsequently banished Sancho from first-team training telling the winger to train alone, with Sancho being spotted watching Man United's U18s play.
He was also an absentee during their 1-0 win against Burnley at the weekend, with Ten Hag, who is known for his hard ball attitude to discipline, axing Cristiano Ronaldo after the pair had fallen out in 2022, waiting forRead on m.allfootballapp.com