MANCHESTER UNITED’s ‘bitter’ fringe players have been infuriated by Ralf Rangnick’s selection policy, according to reports.
SunSport revealed in January that there is dressing room crack at OldTrafford.
Some stars feel certain senior teammates have too much influence over the interim boss Rangnik.
According to the MENCertain substitutes get frustrated with being constantly kicked out of the team.
A United Star even reportedly dubbed one teammate the “teacher’s pet” for his consistent demeanor – while another does ENVIOUS another Red Devils ace.
One player is reportedly “concerned” about his situation Marcus Rasford.
Rashford, 24, has slipped down the pecking order below Anthony Elanga and has started just two of the last 11 Prem games.
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Eric Bailly is said to be irritated by his inaction – he has even fallen behind Phil Jones in the pecking order in recent weeks.
The Ivorian signed a new contract last summer but has only played four Premier League games this season.
He feels he deserves more chances than those currently being chosen.
The 27-year-old sat on the bench for yesterday’s game after Raphael Varane tested positive for Covid-19.
Diogo Dalot initially looked like a big winner from Rangnick’s appointment, starting eight straight games under the German.
But he was “surprised” by his sudden fall in recent games after Aaron Wan-Bissaka came back for the 4-2 win against Leeds.
Wan-Bissaka has since started games against Watford and City again, while Victor Lindelof has been selected against him at right-back Atlético Madrid.
A fourth angry United player is Dean Henderson.
the England The international feels badly hurt having only played three times this season and is poised to leave Old Trafford for good this summer ahead of the World Cup in Qatar later in the year.
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