Manchester United have opened up to loaning Jadon Sancho out to Juventus, but there is no agreement in place yet.


Sancho spent the second half of last season on loan in Germany at Borussia Dortmund after falling out with Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.


The Red Devils are again looking to move him on this summer and Juventus have been spying a swoop.



Now, according to Italian daily La Stampa (via Tutto Mercato), Manchester United have opened up to loaning out Sancho.


The Red Devils are prepared to consider another temporary exit for the winger, which could include an obligation to buy.



There is no agreement in place with Juventus though on the figures of a possible deal.


Juventus would need to agree with Manchester United about the financial figures of the loan and under what conditions an obligation could be triggered.



Sancho turned out 14 times for Dortmund in the Bundesliga last season, finding the back of the net twice and providing three assists.