According to ESPN, at least three Manchester United players are unhappy with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because of his insincerity over playing time.
Further details of the report claim the players are growing increasingly frustrated over their lack of playing time at Old Trafford and feel they’ve not been fairly treated by the Norwegian.
Solskjaer reportedly assured his squad players of playing time, but has so far failed to keep his promise.
The likes of Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard, and Eric Bailly are part of the fringe players who are clearly frustrated with their lack of game time.
It has been reported Dutch midfielder Donny Van de Beek is eager to leave the club in January if Solskjaer remains at United, while Lingard has refused to sign a new contract as he looks for more regular playing time. Bailly on the other hand was said to be furious with the Norwegian’s decision to play Harry Maguire over him in the defeat to Leicester City.
It remains to be seen how the Norwegian will keep the United dressing room happy with such unrest reverberating already.