Harry Maguire responds to rumors of unrest in Man Utd’s locker room

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has raised rumors of locker room unrest on the membership following their vastly disappointing Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid.

United had been dumped out of the competitors within the final 16-stage on Tuesday evening, and performed their skilled opponents within the palms with a notably inappropriate second half as they sank to a 1-0 loss at Old Trafford.

This is the newest in a string of overwhelming and generally stunning outcomes for the Red Devils this season, together with heavy residence losses to rivals Liverpool and Man City, as effectively as an intensive away defeat by the hands of their native rivals.

Since Ralf Rangnick changed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, there have been incessant rumors about locker room unrest on the membership, together with dissatisfaction with the continued collection of out-of-sorts midfielder Maguire.

Mocking and mockery had been heard when the skipper was sacrificed late for an offensive alternative, and he was met by extra questions on what was occurring behind the scenes after the match.

“There are no problems in the locker room,” Maguire insisted. “When you play for this club, there are always reports and lots of media attention. It has nothing to do with the result.”

The English nationwide group participant admitted that United had not deserved to advance to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after not being adequate throughout the course of the 2 rounds and the season as a complete.

“We can do more as a team,” he continued. We need to do extra, we owe the membership, we owe the followers.

“We have to look at ourselves as players. The guys gave everything, but in the end it was not enough. We have not been good enough this season.”

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