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Open warfare at Manchester United


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have departed Old Trafford, but Manchester United have yet to find a solution to the ongoing crisis at the club, as new interim coach Ralf Rangnick is struggling to unite the dressing room.

The former RB Leipzig coach experienced his first defeat since taking charge of the Red Devils in their home duel against Wolverhampton Wanderers, who grabbed a 1-0 victory.

According to the Daily Mirror, there are up to 11 players who are willing to depart the club due to their lack of prominence in the team under Rangnick. There are those who expected to get more playing time after Solskjaer's dismissal but who haven't managed to impress their new coach, while others are not convinced by his coaching and tactics.

"The atmosphere is really bad and it looks like there are going to be big problems ahead for United," an anonymous source told the Daily Mirror.

Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson are among the players who are reportedly unhappy with their role at the team and could depart United in January.

Cristiano Ronaldo in the spotlight

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes that there is unhappiness within the Manchester United dressing room and criticised Cristiano Ronaldo for his body language and attitude after some of the team's recent poor results.

Meanwhile, left-back Luke Shaw has stressed that the players have a mentality issue rather than a quality one.

"You look at the players we have, we have unbelievable quality but sometimes quality is not enough," Shaw said after the defeat to Wolves.

"We need to bring the intensity and more motivation.

"Inside the dressing room we know what we want, but out on the pitch we need to give 100 percent."

Luka Shaw on Manchester United's problems

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