From tier-one source, Paul Hirst of the times reprotedly alleged an unnamed Manchester United player has ignited a clash in the dressing room when he openly questioned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to make Harry Maguire the captain.
In a meeting held in the dressing room after the 4-2 defeat to Leicester City, several squad members did not hold back their voices as lots of them opened up to Solskjaer.
It clear that there are loose ends in the squad as the Red Devil has conceded 15 goals in just 9 games in the Premier League this season. This is the worst record among the top seven teams.
Also, Harry Maguire has performed below average in the last few games, he was the one of the poorest players on display against Liverpool.
In the meeting, a player raised the issue of his captaincy while another accused some teammates of not showing enough motivation in training.
The report adds that one player even ‘confronted’ Ole about his selection policy and why under-performers haven’t been dropped this season.
Vividly, it is not well and there is clear tension in the dressing room, this can be seen as one of the remote cause of the 5-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.
The board has decided to retain Ole to be in charge of the Tottenham clash but it remains to be seen how that works out.