Man Utd fans convinced Jadon Sancho aimed a brutal dig at Erik ten Hag with post after Borussia Dortmund win


Fans are convinced Jadon Sancho directed a dig at Erik ten Hag after Borussia Dortmund beat Paris Saint-Germain to book their spot in the Champions League final.

Dortmund beat PSG 1-0 on the night (2-0 on aggregate) to set up a Wembley showdown against either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich.

The French giants failed to score in either leg against Dortmund as they created unwanted Champions League history.

The Bundesliga outfit, meanwhile, have reached their first Champions League final since the 2012/13 season, which was also held in London, England.

Sancho, who shone in the semi-final first leg, will look to win Europe’s coveted prize, having been banished by Ten Hag at Man United following their spat.

He re-joined Dortmund in January after refusing to apologise to the Dutchman and has returned to his best form.

And after guiding his side to the Champions League final, Sancho took to social media in what fans are thinking is a swipe at the Man United boss.

The 24-year-old shared a video of Drake addressing his haters, accompanied with the caption: “LOL FACTS!”

In the clip, the rapper says: “And to the rest of you. The non-believers, the underachievers, the tweet-and-deleters, you guys make me sick to my stomach, fam.”

People on social media believe Sancho aimed his message to Ten Hag as they made their feelings clear.

One X user wrote: “This guy is getting praised just for being in the UCL final. Brother has been mid during his whole loan and now his head is gassed. Please sell him asap.”

A second tweeted: “To Ten Hag.”

A third added: “He got me rattled ffs.”

A fourth said: “Just proving Ten Hag right literal man child.”

Another claimed: “Manchester United’s style will not suit him unless ten hag starts playing like his Ajax days.”

Sancho is set to return to Old Trafford at the end of the season upon the expiration of his loan deal.

But a permanent move away from the club is expected to happen during the summer transfer window.

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