Fabrizio Romano has finally identifies three players who are attempting to uplift Man United’s atmosphere exclusively

As the Red Devils get over their dominance over Man City last weekend, there is currently a sense of pessimism at Man United.


In front of a crowded Old Trafford on Sunday, Erik ten Hag’s team lost 3-0 to their rivals, but there was still room for improvement as City outperformed them in the second half of the match.

After losing half of their games so far this season, Man United’s performance puts them in ninth place in the standings, far lower than their preseason projections.

United did not appear convincing even in their victories, and Ten Hag is beginning to feel the fire. The club is not in a good mood, and journalist Ben Jacobs has provided information about the team dynamics under the Dutch boss.

Ten Hag is under pressure at Man United

According to Jacobs’ most recent exclusive column for Footballwave, players at Man United are working to make the dressing room less stressful.

“There’s no doubt the dressing room is tense, but not all the blame can be placed on Erik ten Hag, who retains the faith of the Manchester hierarchy,” the journalist wrote.

“Some players think the Manchester United manager is too much of a taskmaster, including Jadon Sancho, at least prior to his expulsion from the first squad.

However, there are other leaders who work tirelessly to uplift the spirit and maintain unity off the field, such as Scott McTominay, Jonny Evans, and Harry Maguire.


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