Two Man United stars 'not happy' after dressing room 'upset' revealed by Ornstein - pundit
Man United do not have “a happy camp” and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must rectify the problem quickly.
That is the view of former Spurs and England number one Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider and Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcus Rashford “not being happy” at Old Trafford.
According to The Athletic‘s David Ornstein (18th October), Solskjaer’s comments about Rashford in the build up to Saturday’s 4-2 loss at Leicester City “upset” the player and his camp.
The Red Devils boss had told the England star to “prioritise his football”.
Pressure is mounting on Solskjaer following a run which has yielded just one win in five across all competitions.
When asked by Football Insider for his assessment of the news, Robinson said: “It doesn’t look like a happy camp.
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“Stories very rarely came out of Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson. It was a tight-knit dressing room and a tight-knit club.
“There would have been a lot of cross words and a lot of arguments in the dressing room and on the training field. But, they barely ever made it out in the media. There might have been one or two stories which made it out in the end.
“There are far too many stories coming out of United now though. We are hearing about Ronaldo not being happy and now it is Rashford.
“It is clear to see it is not a happy camp. Things need to be put right very quickly.”