Manchester United have been hit with fresh crisis in the club’s dressing room amid their dwindling fortunes, Breaking Sport News reports.
Recall reports had emerged of a dressing room row between some Man United players after the club suffered a shock home defeat against Brighton in their last Premier League clash.
New Manchester United captain, Bruno Fernandes is said to have fallen out with Scott McTominay while Lisandro Martinez was at odds with Pellistri.
The warring parties nearly bubbled out of control in the dressing room before Erik Ten Hag intervened and restored calm before their post match press conference.
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However, Manchester United later came out to deny the report but it was pretty clear all is not going on well with the Red Devils’ players.
Now, another report reaching us from Manchester Evening News says the club have been thrown into another dressing room row.
Manchester Evening News correspondent Samuel Luckhurst says some Manchester United players are fed up with Erik Ten Hag’s iron-fist grip on the squad and are not happy with how he has handled the club’s dressing room.
The report adds some Manchester United players are beginning to nurse grudges on Erik Ten Hag for a subtle favoritism in the squad.
The Dutch has been accused of trying to favor some players over others and not criticizing all the players equally when they are making similar mistakes.
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The niggling dressing room issues must have had a toll on Manchester United’s poor start to the campaign so far.
The club have only manage two wins in six competitive matches and are down the bottom half of the Premier League table with six points from five matches.
Erik Ten Hag is currently at loggerheads with Jadon Sancho, who has been axed off United first team for publicly criticizing the Dutch manager.
Antony is also out of the squad for allegations of sexual assault with some first team players out injured.
It is hoped the club will be able to arrest the simmering dressing room beef among the players before it escalates and further deepens the club’s crisis.
Manchester United takes on Burnley at Turf Moor in their next Premier League game and will be hoping to return to winning ways against the Vincent Kompany-led who are looking for their first win.