Sancho has been banished from the first-team squad at Old Trafford after he fell out with manager Erik ten Hag.
He has been training with the club’s academy and has been completely isolated from the rest of the first-team set-up.
The winger could be moved on in the January transfer window and Juventus are considering taking him to Turin in the coming months.
But according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, Juventus have drawn up clear guidelines about the basis of any loan deal to sign Sancho.
The Serie A giants are keen to sign the winger on loan with no obligation to buy, with Manchester United paying two thirds of his wages.
Juventus have clear financial ideas and are not interested in veering away from their current plan.
The Serie A giants are waiting for Manchester United to open up to their idea of a deal for Sancho.
Juventus are aware that Manchester United will be desperate to loan out the player if fences are not mended with Ten Hag in the coming weeks.