Ralf Rangnick is harbouring ‘major difficulties’ in Manchester United’s dressing room and wants to ‘unload’ on particular squad players, but is unable to do so due to his vulnerable situation.
According to former United captain Gary Neville, Rangnick is holding his rage inside the club to keep the season together.
There have been several allegations of a divide in Manchester United’s dressing room in recent months, but players like Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford have openly disputed such claims.
However, following United’s humiliating 4-1 loss to Manchester City on Sunday, Neville said Rangnick was hiding ‘major problems’ in the dressing room.
‘I think Rangnick to be honest with you he could probably really unload on a few of them in that dressing room,’ said Neville.
‘I think there’s big problems in there. I don’t think he’s telling [all].
‘I know he’s being honest in those interviews after the game but I don’t think he’s telling us half the stuff [that’s going on].’
Following Manchester United’s setback, Arsenal moved into fourth place with a win against Watford earlier in the day. The Gunners lead the Red Devils by a point and have three games in hand.
Rangnick’s team travels to Old Trafford next week, and anything other than a win will very certainly rule them out of contention for the top four.