U-ball live: Fred has dismissed claims of unrest at Manchester United insisting the players have the utmost respect for each other

2022-05-01 0 By

U-ball live: Manchester United midfielder Fred Has played down talk of unrest among the Premier League team’s players, insisting the dressing room is “really good”.There had been reports of friction in the United camp.There has been talk of a power struggle and a dispute between players and interim manager Ralph Lanick.But Fred dismissed suggestions of player unrest and backed his United team-mate Marcus Rashford.The latter refuted claims by German journalist Christian Falk that the United dressing room was divided.Fred told Sky Sports news: “Our dressing room is really good.There’s a lot of fake news and a lot of rumors about it, but it’s great.We work together, we all have the same goals and goals.”Another United player to come out in defence of the situation at Old Trafford was club captain Harry Maguire.He dismissed mirror reports of a power struggle between him and Cristiano Ronaldo.Fred went on to discuss his manager’s difficult challenge to keep everyone happy.He continued: “It’s not easy for the manager to keep everyone happy because everyone wants to play and we have a lot of good players.But we understand each other.We’ve built harmony in the dressing room and I think that’s the most important thing we have.We respect each other in the locker room.”United face Leeds united in the Premier League on Sunday, hoping to prove that the team really is in harmony with each other.They will be looking for three points as they continue to challenge for fourth place in the EPL.It is widely expected that the appointment of a new permanent manager at Old Trafford this summer could have an impact on Fred.His place at Manchester United could be under threat.As well as the new manager, the Reds are also expected to bring in a new defensive midfielder.West Ham’s Declan Rice, Monaco’s Aurelian Giovanni and Leeds United midfielder Calvin Phillips are all reported to be on United’s wish list.Since joining the Red Devils from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2018, Fred has failed to impress.However, he has had a pretty good spell under Lonick, although he has spent the second half of the season on the bench so far.The Germans prefer Paul Pogba after the Frenchman’s return from injury.