There is now a major crisis in the Manchester United dressing room as many players want to leave, MySportDab reports.
A number of players are frustrated at Coach Ralf Rangnick and the selections in recent matches.
According to Manchester Evening News, Eric Bailly and Marcus Rashford are both disappointed and unhappy with Rangnick.
Also, another United player described his team-mate as ‘a teacher’s pet’ because of how often they are selected by the German.
Ralf Rangnick Crisis
MySportDab understands that some key players have also mocked Rangnick’s CV and his training methods.
Rangnick has only won the 2011 German Cup during his entire coaching career.
Also, Bailly is frustrated that poor performing Harry Maguire keeps playing instead of him.
The defender has only played seven matches for United this season and was an unused sub in the 4-1 defeat against Manchester City.
Maguire’s form has been heavily criticised by Man Utd fans in recent weeks and it now worse after the City loss.
However, another worry for Manchester United is that Marcus Rashford is now leaving the club.
United are set to appoint a new manager for next season, and that could be crucial for Rashford’s future at the club.
The MEN also claim that Diogo Dalot is also unhappy.
The Portugal international started eight matches in a row for United before the 4-2 win over Leeds.
Wan-Bissaka started against Leeds and also in the City loss with another poor performance from the right-back.
DEAN Henderson Exit
MySportDab understands that Dean Henderson is also another player that will leave Manchester United in the summer.
The No 2 goalkeeper has played only three matches for United this season.
He has not yet played a single minute of Premier League football so far.
Man Utd Legend legend Roy Keane slammed at the team after the crashing by Manchester City.
‘The only thing that was obvious is that the team gave up,’ Keane told Sky Sports.
‘To give up in such a match against City is absolutely unforgiveable. There’s no place to hide. We saw all the problems at United.
‘Anyone can lose matches but not like this. Never, the players ain’t even running back.’
Manchester United’s loss to City leaves them a point behind Arsenal, who still have three games in hand.
The Red Devils play next in the Premier League on Saturday against Tottenham.