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Borussia Dortmund make Jadon Sancho decision and more Manchester United transfer rumours

Jadon Sancho is 'not an issue' for Borussia Dortmund with the German side ruling out any reunion, according to reports in Germany.

Sancho's future at Manchester United is looking increasingly uncertain after the winger entered a public spat with Erik ten Hag. He has been banned from first-team training and was not involved against Brighton on Saturday, following claims that the manager lied about poor performances in training.

Dortmund had been linked with a move for the winger recently, with the Bundesliga side said to be eyeing a loan return. United signed Sancho from the German side for £73million two years ago.

But according to BILD, Dortmund ruled themselves out of any future move. It is thought that the 23-year-old's wages would present a problem if they were interested in a move.

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Elsewhere, Spanish outlet Fichajes reports that David De Gea could return to his home country with Real Betis keen on a move.

De Gea left United as a free agent in the summer upon the expiration of his contract, despite speculation all season as to whether he would sign a new deal or not. He had been with the Reds for 12 years.

Interest in the 32-year-old has seemingly been rare all summer, and he posted a video at the end of August of an individual training session - appearing to put himself in the shop window. Now a free agent, he is free to join a club outside the transfer window and could return to Spain with Betis.

Manchester United are back in the Champions League after an impressive first season in charge for Erik ten Hag.

Having won the famous trophy three