Manchester United players have urged Jadon Sancho to apologise to Erik ten Hag after a bust-up between the pair, according to reports.
The England international is currently training away from the United first team after a bust-up with his manager.
Ten Hag left Sancho out of the matchday squad for the 3-1 defeat by Arsenal before the September international break.
The Dutchman hinted that the winger had not trained well enough in the days leading up to that clash at the Emirates Stadium.
Sancho publicly rejected that claim with a post on social media, leading to his expulsion from the first-team squad.
And the Daily Mirror writes that Sancho's team-mates are calling on him to say sorry to Ten Hag so that he can be reintegrated into the group.
England trio Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire are among those who have reportedly spoken to Sancho in a bid to get him playing again.
An apology has not yet been offered, though, fuelling rumours that Sancho could be sold in the January window.
The forward, who has not yet lived up to expectations at Old Trafford, is valued at £39m by Transfermarkt.
Sancho will not be involved when United host Crystal Palace in the EFL Cup on Tuesday.
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