Former Chelsea star, Jason Cundy has said that Manchester United players do not want their manager, Ralf Rangnick and his style at the club.
Reports in England suggest that there is a brewing crisis at Manchester United as the players have ‘no belief’ in Ralf Rangnick.
Ever since he replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford nothing has really changed at the club.
Reports claim that the rift in the dressing room at Old Trafford has led to as many as 11 stars wanting out of the club.
And Cundy believes the Manchester United squad have no confidence in the manager.
“You can tell they don’t believe in the manager,” Cundy told The Sports Bar. “In my experience, players have never gone out not to try.
“What you do have is a lack of belief in the manager and lack of belief in what he is trying to achieve.
“[They were] two different sides. Wolves under Bruno Lage are well coached and know exactly what he’s doing. Okay, they are not the most exciting side in the world, but they totally bossed the game.
“Wolves bossed Man United at Old Trafford. It should have been more than 1-0.
“You look at those two teams [against Wolves] and one team believed their manager. It isn’t just Rangnick’s fault.”
EPL: Manchester United stars don’t want Rangnick at Old Trafford – Jason Cundy