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According to reports, two Man Utd players ‘had to be pulled apart’ after having a ‘full-on scrap’ at the club’s training ground.
The Red Devils have endured a torrid season in 2021/22. They cannot finish any higher than sixth in the Premier League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked back in November and Ralf Rangnick replaced him. The German has only won eleven of his 28 games in charge.
Last time out Man Utd were hammered 4-0 by Brighton & Hove Albion. They are back in action on Sunday as they face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Ahead of this game, The Sun are reporting that ‘two senior players had a full-on scrap at Carrington’ on Thursday.
The two players ‘had to be pulled apart’ and it ‘brought the session to a premature end’.
It is said that ‘even players used to bust-ups between teammates were stunned’ by the altercation.
Elsewhere, Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot believes Erik Ten Hag will be excited to work with the current United squad despite their dismal season.
As per Manchester Evening News, Dalot said: “A new start, a new chapter, a new era.
“So I think everyone will be excited, I’m sure that the manager will be excited to work with us as well. So we need to build everyone as a team, as a group, as a club, and hopefully next season we can be solid and start the season well with a very good coach.”
On his own personal aims going forward, Dalot added: “I think the full-back position has been growing a lot in terms of the game plan and inside of the game. For me, it’s been a very good journey to have different coaches, different ideas, so I can adapt in every situation.
“I’m sure that with the new manager I’ll try to adapt quick and show him that I can help this team, this club, and I think that’s the mentality that everyone will have. At the end of the day we all want to play but the first thing is the team.”
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