Many first-team players are struggling for minutes under Ralf Rangnick.
The German manager has called out his ‘unhappy’ players who have been causing dressing room disruptions after their loss against Wolves last weekend.
Rangnick has an enormous squad at his disposal with some of those stars linked with a move away this January.
Players are still struggling to understand the manager’s ideas and Rangnick has addressed the media on Friday regarding the same.
“When you have a big squad and only 10 can play and three be substituted, you have quite a number of players who don’t play and are not in the squad,” he explained.
“Those players are not happy, it is clear. It is about the players to deal with the situation in a professional way.
“This is not only an issue with a club like Manchester United.
“When you have a big squad, in the last two games, we had most of the players available.
“We had three centre-backs missing against Wolves. In general, we had most of the players available, apart from Paul Pogba.
“Those players are unhappy about the situation, it’s obvious, clear.
“I tend to explain to players every two or three weeks why they are not playing and that is an issue in our team and other clubs.”