Manchester United are facing a hard moment, after the historical defeat they suffered against Tottenham on Premier League Week 4. The Red Devils are going through a crisis in which they are in the 16th position in the league and will have the chance to improve in their next game, against Newcastle on October 17.
But the problems on the field are not the only ones this team is suffering. British press reports that star Bruno Fernandes is angry with head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his decision of sending him off the pitch during the demolition that Red Devils suffered against Spurs.
The Portuguese player started every single game of the PL season so far and scored two goals and gave one assists for his team. But, as Solskjaer considered he needed to change things while suffering against Tottenham, Fernandes was hauled and replaced by Donny van de Beek, a decision that left the midfielder upset.
Bruno is now with his national team to face the international break in which Portugal will be playing against France (October 11) and Sweden (October 14) for the UEFA Nations League. On Wednesday, the Portuguese team draw with Spain in a friendly match in which the Manchester United start didn't play a single minute.