Bruno Fernandes is reportedly one of a number of Manchester United players who are unhappy with the current direction of the club.
One-sided defeats at home to Liverpool and Manchester City have left United in sixth position in the Premier League table, nine points adrift of leaders Chelsea.
The manner of the team’s performance have led to increasing frustration at Old Trafford, and it appears that members of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s squad are frustrated with the Norwegian’s management.
According to the Daily Mail, Fernandes and several of his teammates feel that Solskjaer and his backroom staff are not providing enough coaching for the group to improve their game.
Solskjaer has recently switched to a back three with limited success, recording a win, draw and defeat in high-profile games, but it is unclear whether that change is a knee-jerk reaction to his side’s previous form.
The report adds that Cristiano Ronaldo has been left surprised in the drop in standards at United since his departure for Real Madrid in 2009.