To say there are problems at Manchester United would be a massive understatement, considering our shambolic start to the season.
Managers have come and gone but disharmony in the dressing room remains an issue. And according to Samuel Luckhurst, a highly reliable reporter, a huge dressing room broke out at United just 48 hours before the 4-0 battering against Brentford.
Cliques among players are still plaguing the club and some first-team players were involved in a heated argument at Carrington on Thursday.
The morale among players appears to have hit rock-bottom on the back of our worst start to the Premier League in 30 years.
Players are not happy with Erik ten Hag’s decision to retain Harry Maguire as captain. In fact, the majority are ‘sceptical’ of his rank and starting role.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s desire to leave has also worsened the situation, with some players hoping things will improve if he departs.
The 37-year-old’s poor attitude has contributed to negativity after he voiced his displeasure at Maguire’s captaincy and former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Seeing the latest developments, it’s honestly scary to think we are facing Liverpool on Monday.