Some senior Manchester United players are angry with manager Erik ten Hag over how goalkeeper David de Gea’s career ended brutally.
De Gea left Old Trafford this summer after 12 years at the Premier League club.
Although his form fluctuated during the latter stages of his United career, the Spaniard won the Golden Gloves award last season and was named the club’s player of the year four different times.
But the 32-year was effectively ushered out of the side door in the summer, following a bizarre contract wrangle.
According to The Sun, Ten Hag’s treatment of De Gea has left a group of players fuming.
The Dutchman’s decision to replace De Gea with Andre Onana has hardly helped his cause.
Ten Hag sanctioned a £50million for Onana from Inter Milan, but the Cameroon international has endured a nightmare start to his United career.
Onana was again at fault during Wednesday’s Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich when his error allowed Leroy Sane to open the scoring in a 4-3 victory for the Bundesliga giants.