Gary Neville has claimed that Erik ten Hag has 'some bugs within the Manchester United dressing room' that could be creating some 'discomfort and uncertainty'.
It comes amid the Red Devils' underwhelming start to the season that has seen them drop to 13th in the Premier League standings, having lost three of their opening five matches while picking up two wins.
United were beaten 3-1 by Brighton on Saturday at Old Trafford, a loss that has sparked much commentary from former pros, including Neville, who claimed the club had a 'culture of greed and ill discipline' that was brought about by the Glazer family's ownership.
Their Dutch manager has meanwhile been embroiled in a feud with Jadon Sancho, who has been banished from first team training after he posted a message on social media claiming he was made a scapegoat following talks with the Man United boss.
Questions have been also asked of Harry Maguire's position at the club after he has fallen down in Ten Hag's pecking order of defenders, before being stripped of the captain's arm band in the summer.
And Neville, who played for Untied 602 times during his career, has given his analysis of United's current situation behind the scenes hinting that there may be some problems in the dressing room.
'The only thing I would say is, how popular is Sancho in the dressing room? How popular is Maguire in the dressing room?' Neville said in a video posted to his TikTok account.
'He's got some bugs in there that we don't know from the outside what discomfort and uncertainty is being created on the inside.
'You've got a player who's changing probably in the first team dressing room but is obviously over with the academy.
'You've got Harry Maguire who was captain of these players now 12Read on m.allfootballapp.com