A Portuguese duo lead the “rebellion” in the Red Devils locker room

A Portuguese duo lead the “rebellion” in the Red Devils locker room

CRISTIANO Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes are said to have led a “rebellion” in the dressing room to oust Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his job as Manchester United coach.

The Daily Mail reports that some of the Red Devils are not happy with Solskjaer. Fernandes and Ronaldo, two of the Red Devils’ most influential Portuguese players, are said to have led the rebellion.

Fernandes was named as one of the Manchester United players who felt Solskjaer’s plans and tactics were unclear. The report also states that Ronaldo is not at all happy with the situation at Old Trafford. .

Despite knowing Manchester United are no longer the superpowers he left behind over a decade ago, Ronaldo is surprised at how dilapidated the standards are at Old Trafford today. Ronaldo’s frustration can be seen recently as he kicked Curtis Jones before making a ‘loose’ tackle on Kevin De Bruyne over the weekend as the former Real Madrid striker had the chance to not to be kicked out.

Some players think Solskjaer is patronage. Donny van de Beek has yet to get the chance he deserves to shine while Jesse Lingard has been overlooked yet again this season despite impressing for West Ham last season.

The United side are said to be the most incomprehensible about the coach’s treatment of Van de Beek. Meanwhile, fans greeted the Dutch midfielder with joy when he came on against City.

Solskjaer is increasingly on the edge after a series of poor results, especially when they were beaten by their two biggest rivals, Manchester City (0-2) and Liverpool (0-5).

After being humiliated by Liverpool, Solskjaer is said to have three games to change his team’s fate. But his future remains uncertain after reaping mixed results, but a locker room rebellion could be the trigger for his sacking. (Goal / OL-15)


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