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Tempers flare as Manchester United players exchange blows



Tempers flare as Manchester United players exchange blows

Following the 3-1 defeat to Brighton for Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday, reports have emerged of a fiery altercation involving four key players within the squad.

The loss marked United’s third defeat in just five games this season, cementing their worst-ever Premier League start.

According to sources, tensions flared in the dressing room post-match, resulting in two separate confrontations.

Captain Bruno Fernandes reportedly took on midfielder Scott McTominay after his first start of the new season, expressing his dissatisfaction with the performance.

Meanwhile, center-backs Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof were also involved in a heated exchange, underscoring the mounting frustrations within the team.

Manchester United currently finds itself languishing in 13th place in the Premier League, a far cry from their historic dominance.

Their woes were amplified by the audible boos that greeted the substitution of Rasmus Hojlund, the club’s new £72 million signing, during his full debut.

The final whistle also echoed with jeers from disappointed fans, as United’s poor form persists.

The club’s lackluster business in the transfer market raised eyebrows, especially given the absence of any takeover developments.

Additionally, their handling of the Mason Greenwood situation has been widely criticized.

Brazilian winger Antony remains on an extended leave of absence amid allegations of domestic abuse and assault, further tarnishing the club’s image.

Jadon Sancho, a marquee signing, has found himself sidelined from the first team after refusing to apologize for perceived criticism from manager Erik Ten Hag.

Sancho has referred to himself as a “scapegoat” and is currently undergoing a personal training program while the matter remains unresolved.