Manchester United’s two senior players ‘shocking training ground burst up’

Manchester United’s season is getting worse as two senior players are known to be involved in training ground problems.

The shocking incident occurred at the end of a training session at Base Carrington on Thursday. Sun.

The two players, whose names were not in the report, had to be separated.

This resulted in an early termination of the training session and the squad was ordered to return to the locker room after the incident.

Arguments are said to have caused the experienced team members to ‘passed out’.

Frustration in the squad simmered after a disappointing campaign that left the Red Devils out of their way and eliminated them from contention for a place in the Champions League.

Manchester United are currently in 6th place by 8 points from the top 4 with only one game left of the season (away to Crystal Palace on the last day of next week).

Squads now have more time to rest in the wake of the training ground debate.

The incident is said to have taken place in Carrington on Thursday (Image: PA)

The incident underscores the devastating task of new manager Eric Ten Hag that will have to change the fate of Manchester United next season.

Manchester United football director John Murtoff met Ten Hag in Amsterdam on Thursday to discuss the club’s transfer strategy for the summer, according to reports.

They want two midfielders, a striker and a centre-back, but the club are known to have a modest transfer budget of around £100m.

At the top of the goal list is Frenkie de Jong, who Ten Hag is keen to reunite with the former Ajax midfielder.

However, United believe it will be difficult to sign De Jong from Barcelona, ​​who are also linked with Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and neighboring Manchester City.

Incoming manager Eric Ten Hag holds talks with Manchester United football manager John Murtuff on Thursday (Image: PA)
Incoming manager Eric Ten Hag holds talks with Manchester United football manager John Murtuff on Thursday (Image: PA)

“I know he’s done a fantastic job at Ajax and he’s an experienced manager, but we have to give him time,” Ronaldo told United’s website.

“Things have to change the way he wants them to. If you do well, Manchester United will all be successful, so I wish you the best of luck.

“We are all happy and excited. [with the arrival], as a player as well as a fan. “You have to believe that you can win next year,” he said.


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