“One source tells me” – Sky Sports reporter shares worrying Ten Hag news he’s heard from Man Utd

“One source tells me” – Sky Sports reporter shares worrying Ten Hag news he’s heard from Man Utd

In addition to Manchester United’s ongoing challenging matches, a recent report indicates that Erik ten Hag may be facing another issue.

Man Utd’s recurring issues… Since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013, United fans are likely weary of the narrative where the team performs well under a new manager initially, only for underlying problems to emerge later.

With the exception of David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and now Ten Hag, most Premier League top managers enjoyed some success before facing gradual decline and replacement.

Early in his Old Trafford tenure, Ten Hag acknowledged that “an era can come to an end,” referring to the sustained success of Manchester City and Liverpool. After a promising first season with a top-four finish and an EFL Cup title, it seemed Ten Hag was meeting expectations.

Currently fifth in the Premier League, five points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa, the Red Devils have struggled with inconsistency. They suffered a 3-0 home loss to Newcastle United in the EFL Cup, relinquishing the trophy. In the Champions League, they’re at the bottom of their group with one game left.

Building on the discussion about Man Utd’s situation, Fabricio Romano has shared a significant update on an Old Trafford concern. According to a source, Ten Hag might have reason to worry about additional issues at Old Trafford.

Concerning news about Erik ten Hag… Sky Sports reports that Ten Hag has lost some influence in the Old Trafford locker room. Chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol raised concerns, stating:

“In the past five competitive outcomes for Manchester United…

I’ve heard that some players are unsure about what’s happening. According to an insider, he has lost about half of the dressing room. Besides feeling that training is too intense, many players are unhappy with the style of play. Some players are reportedly unaware of their goals.

“Veteran players have discussed perceived team shortcomings with Erik ten Hag. They feel the manager should be more sentimental, considering their experiences with other top teams.

As Manchester United prepares to face Chelsea, Bournemouth, Bayern Munich, and Liverpool in quick succession, finding a prompt solution to their issues under Ten Hag becomes crucial.

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