The Sun says while sporting director Michael Zorc and a number of players have publicly said he is staying, Sancho has remained silent.
That has left the situation up in the air with Manchester United still determined to sign the England winger for a British record £110million. Sancho, 20, had his heart set on the move, hence his silence over talks breaking down.
As it stands he is refusing to say anything about a move as agents and intermediaries continue to wrangle over his future.
The England winger believed this time last week that he would have been a United player by now.
But United will not give up on the deal and moves for any other players have been put on hold while they concentrate on landing their main target.