newly appointed coach Ralf Rangnick is facing a critical situation as
11 players are on the verge of leaving the club. The former RB Leipzig coach
was brought in as an interim coach at the Old Trafford to stage the club’s
fightback following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s departure in November.

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United lost their first game under Rangnick on Monday night, with Wolves
claiming a 1-0 win at Old Trafford following a humdrum display from the home

It later
came out that Rangnick has been facing problems in setting a team after many of
his players expressed the desire to leave the club.

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to the Metro, a number of players are not satisfied with Rangnick’s coaching
style, his coaching method, and with the coaching staff, he has assembled since
arriving at Old Trafford.

Players who
previously felt cornered under Solskjaer have remained on the fringes of the
squad under Rangnick, a situation that has divided the Manchester United
dressing room.

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 “It’s not good. The atmosphere is really bad
and it looks like there are going to be big problems ahead for United,” Metro
quoted a club source.

Who are
those players?

As per the
report, Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson are
among those players who are frustrated with their lack of chances under

Lingard and
van de Beek’s only starts under the German came in the dead rubber Champions
League tie against Young Boys. The Dutchman has played a total of six minutes
of league football under the new manager with Lingard not featuring at all so

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With Henderson
and Bailly also considering their futures, the ill-feeling in the dressing room
is said to be having a significant impact on squad harmony.

Monday’s 1-0 defeat to Wolves, Luke Shaw said that there were serious issues within the

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players, we’ve been here for a long time, we played at home, we know what it is
like when we have the intensity, you can feel the motivation is there,” Shaw
told Sky Sports.

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“But I
think tonight we struggled. We didn’t – or I didn’t feel when I was on the
pitch that we were all there together. ‘We felt like we were struggling. It was
tough,” he added.