Jadon Sancho earned 13 million annually at Manchester United, his new salary at Dortmund is revealed

Jadon Sancho returns to Borussia Dortmund on loan from Manchester United with no option to buy.

Jadon Sancho returns to Borussia Dortmund and has been given the #10 shirt.

After falling out with Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag and not playing since August in the 3-2 win against Nottingham Forest, Jadon Sancho finally has the chance to play football again. Sancho returns to the German giants, Borussia Dortmund, on loan. The English winger returns to Germany, where he excelled with amazing performances in the Bundesliga and Champions League.

The deal between Manchester United and Dortmund was agreed to be a deal valued at a minimum of 3.5 million euros, according to The Athletic. Sancho seems excited to return to BVB, as his game time has drastically minimized. The player has not been on the pitch for the Red Devils in months. It has been rumored that the lack of playtime is due to Sancho not apologizing to Erik Ten Hag for disagreements or discussions.

Sancho signed with Manchester United in the summer of 2021 and earned an annual salary of 13 million euros at Manchester United. His weekly wages are reported to be more than 200,000 euros per week. With Dortmund coming in to loan out Sancho, his wages have been affected.

Jadon Sancho and his new salary

According to Fabrizio Romano, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United agreed that the German club would cover a part of the salary plus paying the loan fee, which could be a 4 million euro package. It is also reported that the player's salary has been affected due to his inactivity with the first team, Manchester United.

According to Laurie Whitwell from The Athletic, there are rumors at Carrington that Sancho's not being present with the first team and losing image rights have caused the weekly salary to reduce. His contract salary was a difficult investment for other clubs who looked to sign the player permanently.

Sancho seems very excited to return to play again at Signal Iduna Park and help BVB challenge for top positions in the Bundesliga and go far in the Champions League.

Sancho speaks about his return to Dortmund. "When I walked into the dressing room today, it felt like coming home. I've never lost contact with the people in charge. I can't wait to see my teammates again, play football with a smile on my face, assist, score goals, and help BVB."

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