Former Manchester United Defender and Sky Sports Pundit Gary Neville has called on Manchester United players to meet to work out their differences.
Reports had it that on Monday the morale was low, lack of chemistry between Cristiano Ronaldo and some players while some other stars wants to leave.
Gary who did not hold back his feelings when analysing United’s draw at Newcastle on Monday, called on starts to settle their problems in a private meeting.
“On United I’m seeing reports of dressing room dissatisfaction this morning,’ he wrote on Twitter on Wednesday morning.”
“Something wasn’t right v Norwich and certainly not v Newcastle.
‘Still four pts from those games is not a disaster considering the performance levels. Have a meeting (without staff) and sort it out!”.
“They got the last manager the sack! Ralf Rangnick is not going to get the sack, he’s only had a few weeks with them, but they’ll get a lot of managers the sack, that lot, if they carry on like that. They’ve got to sort themselves out because it’s massively below what’s expected.”
Nerville was disappointed with their dismal display against Newcastle as well as the attitude of the two Portuguese players to fans who made their way to Newcastle.
“The attitude, the basics, something just isn’t right in there. There’s definitely whinging going on,’ Neville added on Sky Sports.”
‘There’s a big of a leadership struggle going on; Maguire is the captain but he doesn’t feel like the captain. Ronaldo has come in, and has maybe upset Bruno with the hierarchy in the team, Cavani comes off the bench, a senior player.
‘It just doesn’t feel like the mix is right. Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] was struggling with it towards the last few months, and now Rangnick is struggling with it. Those players don’t look happy out on the pitch, and they need to get that right.’