Things got worse between Sancho and Borussia Dortmund after Der Klassiker, where the England global returned from injury only to be substituted off in the first half - something which manager Lucien Favre claimed was down to the winger's performance being "not good enough".
However, Zorc is confident that Dortmund has managed the issue, meaning that Sancho - linked to a number of top clubs including Manchester United - should remain at Signal Iduna Park for at least the end of the season. "We talked about it internally, with him and with the team".More news: France to summon Turkey’s ambassador after Erdogan slams Macron's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation comments
"He is finished, we are looking forward".
"Think I showed heart n desire last night anyway we will try our best to get the 3 points on Saturday!" wrote Sancho.
While seeking to play down the transfer gossip, Sancho continues to generate intense speculation.More news: Plane crash kills multiple Idaho Falls residents
Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has confirmed that the club does not expect Jadon Sancho to join Manchester United in the January transfer window.
Sancho, you suspect, is too big of a player to be sold in January - a time when only minor deals normally happen - and reports suggesting that United could fast-track his purchase this winter only stems from the fact that his manager does not consider him to be fully focused.
Zorc also reiterated the support of Favre, who has Dortmund sixth in the Bundesliga and winless in three in all competitions.More news: Thanksgiving storm blankets Southern California mountains with snow and delays holiday travel
"It's not exactly that", Zorc said Friday, but he did not deny there was an incident.