01, 06 News Tomorrow morning, Manchester United will play in the third round of the FA Cup
At the pre-match press conference, Ten Hag was asked about Sancho.
Since October 22, Sancho has not played for Manchester United so far. Sancho has returned to the Carrington training base this week, conducting individual training and also participating in group training.
Asked about Sancho’s possible return date, Ten Hag said: "I want him to come back as soon as possible, but I can’t force the process, so I will do my best, but there are some processes that you can’t force, that is.
One of the reasons.
I also had to show patience, but I also had no patience, because you are right, we lack chances up front, lack of available players and Sancho is one of them.
We had some hurdles to overcome, but I thought his general direction was good, and I said I couldn’t force the process, so I didn’t.
But I’m really happy that he’s back in training with the team, it’s the next stage, he’s not fit enough right now.
He had previously traveled to the Netherlands and also undertook personal recovery in England.
The good news is that he’s back at Carrington, which shows he’s making progress and he’s ready for the next step.
"I think a lot of top players, sometimes it’s good to get away from where you are every day for new vibes and experiences, everyone has a different approach and that can give you the right push to get you back on track. Footballers aren’t
Robot, no one is the same. With everyone you need an individual approach. We feel this is the best approach for Sancho. The physical aspect is also about the mental aspect and I think he has achieved a lot physically now
It helps him to improve. I hope he comes back as soon as possible, but I can’t say how often he will be back."