The Man Utd squad right now seems to be in a bit of turmoil.
Just as the club manage to move Mason Greenwood on from Old Trafford, there are numerous other incidents coming to the fore.
For one, there’s another allegation of assault against one of the players in the case of Antony.
On the other, there’s the Jadon Sancho situation.
Reacting to manager Erik ten Hag’s comments on him by uploading a social media post hitting back, Sancho was even linked with a move away from the club, with Saudi side Al-Ettifaq failing with a late bid to sign the attacker yesterday.
Reports are now emerging that members of the United playing squad are also fed up with the former Dortmund man.
ESPN report that sources have told them the players accept and respect manager ten Hag’s firm approach because it applies without exceptions to squad members, regardless of their status, and that Sancho’s reaction has gone down badly within the dressing room, although a source has said that it was not greeted with surprise.
According to the sports broadcaster, there is little sympathy for Sancho inside the United dressing room, with a source telling them that “the players have had enough of him.”
That’s a rather damning and blunt statement that could spell trouble for the England international.
Fans will be eagerly watching to see what happens in the Sancho saga with reports of a meeting due to take place with manager ten Hag soon. After the way that the Dutchman dealt with Cristiano Ronaldo’s public criticism of him and the club, many will be observing to see what punishment, if any, is dealt to Sancho for this incident.