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Jadon Sancho’s statement after making a move that might lead to Erik ten Hag being fired by Man Utd

Dortmund were 2-1 down after the first-leg but rallied at home to seal their spot in the semi-finals. Sancho played 86 minutes of the clash. As it stands, Italy sit top of the race with their UEFA coefficient standing at 18.428. Germany’s is now 17.214 – and should it remain that way, both countries will earn an additional spot.

England are some way off the pace with a coefficient of 16.750. An extra place would certainly have been useful for the Red Devils. No additional spot would mean that they would have to finish fourth, something that is highly unlikely at this stage. That could see Ten Hag’s position come under severe scrutiny.

Does Jadon Sancho have a future at Man United? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Speaking after sealing his purchase of the side, he said: “We really, really want to get into the Champions League next year – it’s quite important for FFP. It’s a two to three season challenge to get the organization and environment right to produce results.

If you take the example at the moment with the coach reporting to the chief executive, that doesn’t make any sense.”

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