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Seventeen Manchester United players meet Rangnick

According to the Daily Mail, about seventeen Manchester United players have warned Ralf Rangnick that they are unhappy at the club following a face-to-face meeting with the German.

The manager is now aware of the problems that have arisen under his watch, as a total of 17 players are alleged to be dissatisfied with his management style and have met with him.

United are having a difficult time at the moment, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s replacement, Rangnick, tries to make significant changes at Old Trafford.

The locker room is thought to be splintered, with up to 11 players reportedly ready to quit Old Trafford.

According to the Daily Mail, the problem is even worse than first thought, with 17 players dissatisfied with their current status under Rangnick.

Rangnick is now aware of the dire mood in his dressing room after meeting with all his players face-to-face as Manchester United are facing the prospect of a massive exodus of players.

Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard are among the players who want to leave Old Trafford with their contracts ending in less than six months.

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While Anthony Martial is keen on joining Sevilla, Juan Mata is also looking to secure a January switch to either Spain or MLS.

Edinson Cavani was on his way to Barcelona before his deal was blocked by United this January, but is expected to depart Old Trafford when his contract expires in the summer.

Donny van de Beek, Dean Henderson and Eric Bailly are all unhappy at their lack of playing time.

Phil Jones also wants regular football, while Nemanja Matic, Fred and Diogo Dalot are entering the final year of their deals.

According to the report, there are other players in the squad who are also unhappy but not actively looking to leave.

There are reports that some of the players are questioning the appointment of Rangnick, who has not won any notable silverware in football and feel Antonio Conte would have been a better fit.

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