Ralf Rangnick’s first crisis as Manchester United boss has reared its head.
The United interim manager suffered his first defeat at the club as Wolves came away from Old Trafford with their first win in 42 years on Monday night, as Joao Moutinho’s strike earned Bruno Lage’s team a 1-0 victory.
Following the defeat, numerous reports have emerged that players are ‘sick to death’ of the club’s declining standards and that a number of stars are looking to the exit door.
Meanwhile, club legend Roy Keane has shared his concerns about the warning signs he has seen among United’s current squad of players.
Here are Mirror Football’s latest Manchester United headlines.
Dressing room discontent
Manchester United players are said to have been ‘riled’ by Mason Greenwood’s ‘greediness’ as reports have emerged of the extent of the players’ discontent behind-the-scenes at the club.
It comes amid reports that a number of stars at Old Trafford are also ‘sick to death’ of the club’s declining standards.
Sources are reported to have claimed exactly what they see as being behind the club’s underachievement this campaign as the players’ body language has once again been questioned.
Warning signs spotted
Roy Keane has uncovered six warning signs within Ralf Rangnick’s squad that he spotted during a secret visit to the club’s Carrington Training Complex.
Kean was shown around the training facility by previous United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 2019.
But he was left unimpressed by the United players he interacted with during his visit, including one star who reportedly came across as disinterested as he slouched in a chair.
And Keane’s also shared concerns over the dressing room culture at United, and has not been shy about pointing out the players he thinks aren’t quite cutting it at Old Trafford.
Ronaldo’s ‘ready to quit’
The 36-year-old returned to Old Trafford just five months ago in a sensational homecoming transfer.
But Ronaldo, who has scored a superb 14 goals in 21 games this season despite the Red Devils’ dramatic drop-off, is willing to leave Old Trafford once again if he does not approve of United’s next big decision.