Former Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has revealed which two players used to anger their team-mates because they were always late to training.
The 35-year-old joined the Red Devils from Chelsea back in 2017 and left for Roma in 2022.
He currently plys his trade in France for Rennes, but in a recent interview has looked back on his time in the Premier League, highlighting the differences between the standards at Chelsea and United.
Speaking to YouTube channel YU Planet, he revealed: 'At Chelsea, players acted professionally, they were punctual and were never late for training but at United it happened almost every day.'
The Serbian continued to name the two players who would 'always be late' and discussed how 'angry' it would make the other players.
‘Among the players who would always be late were Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho and couple of other players,' he continued.
Matic's midfield partner Pogba left the club alongside the Serbian and returned to Juventus on a free transfer.
However injuries have impacted his game time and he's struggled to overcome the issues.
Sancho, on the other hand, remains a Man United player but has fallen out with manager Erik ten Hag in recent months and is down the pecking order at Old Trafford.
It appears that the winger will follow his former team-mates out the door if Ten Hag is to remain in charge, with a potential reunion with Pogba on the cards.
Matic went into detail about his disciplinary committee as they collected money from those who were late to training.
‘The rest of us who were always on time were angry so we decided to form a kind of an internal disciplinary committee with me serving as its president'.
However, the Covid-19 outbreak meant that the money could not be usedRead on m.allfootballapp.com