According to The Sun, several Manchester United players were hanging after the defeat against Brighton (1-3) on Saturday. The information was denied by the English club.
Manchester United are having a great start to the season. The club has been embroiled in additional sporting matters (domestic violence allegations against Antony, match invitations to a former manager accused of pedophilia, etc.) but the on-field crisis has also begun with three defeats in five Premiership matches. League. According to The Sun, the latest, on Saturday against Brighton (1-3), will be particularly tense in the locker room, with altercations between four players.
Fernandes and McTominay may have caught on, so did Martínez and Lindelof.
According to the tabloid, captain Bruno Fernandes is one of the main stars involved after attacking Scott McTominay. There may also have been heated exchanges between defenders Lisandro Martínez and Victor Lindelof. Eric ten Hag would then have worked to restore order. Manchester United denied these disputes to the Daily Mail.
The turmoil comes during Wednesday’s clash at Bayern Munich’s ground (9pm), just ahead of the club’s entry into the Champions League. They confirm there was a lot of turmoil last week between the facts mentioned above, but also Jadon Sancho being sidelined due to his mental condition, or former captain Harry Maguire being left out of the starting eleven. That was enough to cause a lot of discomfort within the locker room, according to Gary Neville, the club’s veteran former defender who is now a consultant.
“You’ve got a player who might have turned up in the first-team dressing room but ends up in the academy,” he said recently. “You’ve got Harry (Maguire), who a long time ago He was the captain of those players. It’s been 12 months but he’s now almost moved to third, fourth and fifth centre-back. Ten Hag has some issues and I don’t know how much of a loss it is causing. There have been many managers since Sir Alex Ferguson left, good managers who found challenges at United.”
“I hope it will be a difficult start to the season and not a repeat of what we saw before – where it started to be difficult for Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal, David Moyes, Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.”