Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville, has claimed that some players at the club want their teammates to fail.
Neville believes there are still “big problems” in the dressing room despite their thrilling 3-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
The Red Devils reclaimed the fourth spot thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick at Old.
But Neville told Sky Sports: “I think there are big problems in that dressing room, I really do at this moment in time, between the characters in the dressing room that exist.
“I don’t think it’s great at all. To be fair, if Tottenham had got one in front at any point in the game you’d have seen it capitulate quite quickly.
“There’s not a deep spirit in that dressing room, I don’t think, that you see in games. The performances are very patchy.
“You get the impression when you see Ralf Rangnick’s interviews
that he’s not enjoying the team that much, it’s not really in his name or in his spirit or how he wants to play.
“He’s just trying to get through to the end of the season the best he can and do the best job he can, and he’s plastering over cuts and wounds that I think are deep.”