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Romano: Manchester United deny dressing room bust-up claims after tough results

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag (Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA/GettyImages)
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag (Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA/GettyImages)

Manchester United counters false ‘Dressing Room Bust-Up’ claims

Manchester United refutes false rumors of a “dressing room bust-up” following their home defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion.

Football journalist Fabrizio Romano addressed the rumors on his YouTube channel, suggesting a dressing room bust-up among United players after their loss to Brighton.

Romano further discussed Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag‘s commitment to the players’ well-being.

Daily Mail also reported United’s firm denial of dressing room turmoil following the 1-3 home defeat.

Chris Sutton believes Erik ten Hag is on shaky ground at Manchester United.
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has everything under control at the club. (Image- Getty Images)

United have grappled with multiple off-field controversies this season, affecting their on-field performance.

The Red Devils currently hold the 13th position after a nightmarish start to the Premier League season, with three defeats in five games.

Romano highlighted the positive atmosphere at United despite the challenging start and assured that Ten Hag has everything under control. He stated on his YouTube channel:

“Ten Hag remains 100% focused on Manchester United’s project despite all the problems they have on and off the pitch. The feeling is that they need time, they need to resolve the issues, but also Ten Hag remains the man to make things happen.”

With the transfer window closed until January, Ten Hag will address on-pitch problems internally. He may find optimism in the imminent return of key first-team players like Mason Mount, Raphael Varane, and Sofyan Amrabat.

United fans hope that the injury crisis and off-field drama will soon settle down. The United boss races against time to revive his club’s form as the Champions League opening fixture approaches. United faces Bayern Munich in the Group A opening match at the Allianz Arena this Wednesday.

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