BORUSSIA DORTMUND are said to be fuming with Jadon Sancho for going to Tammy Abraham’s party – after saying he had a cold.
Manchester United’s top transfer target – who is currently in England – missed Dortmund’s 4-0 win over Freiburg on the weekend due to ‘illness’.
Dortmund are believed to be angry with Sancho for going to a party when he missed a game after saying he was unwell[/caption]
And he was said to have been absent from training earlier in the week.
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But SunSport told you how he was one of three England stars flouting coronavirus rules at Abraham’s suprise 23rd bash.
Sancho, plus Abraham and Chelsea ace Ben Chilwell were in a gathering of about 20 friends and family.
With all three due to play against Wales on Thursday, it is feared they have put the national team in jeopardy.
One reveller said: “It was a great party. We wanted to do something nice for his birthday. But maybe we didn’t think it through.”
In a clip of the party, Sancho, 20, is seen dancing in a crowd with a coronavirus mask around his chin.
Sky Sports News reporter Gary Cotterill is in Germany tracking the ins and outs at Dortmund on transfer deadline day.
And he claimed the club are angry with Sancho for partying when he has missed the past two games.
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He said: “Dortmund are cross with Jadon Sancho with this situation, going to Tammy Abraham’s house, partying away.
“He told the club he had a cold. He hasn’t played in two games, he hasn’t trained.
“He hasn’t taken part in team activities for a week.
“The sporting director got very angry after the win on Saturday, saying the reason he wasn’t in the squad was because he wasn’t well.
“It was nothing to do with the fact that he was a bit fed up and agitated as a result of all the uncertainty over his future.”
Sporting director Michael Zorc spoke just days ago about Sancho’s future – and made it clear he is staying in Germany.
Zorc said: “Of course we communicated with Manchester United in the past.
“But everything there is to tell on this matter from our end has already been said.
“And that won’t change.”