Man Utd dressing room ‘totally flat’ heading to end of season

The mood around the Manchester United camp has been described as ‘totally flat’ as the Red Devils limp over the Premier League finish line.

United’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League were shattered in emphatic fashion as they fell 4-0 to Brighton – the latest disappointing result in a run of just three wins in their last 13 matches in all competitions.

All eyes are now on this summer, when Erik ten Hag will arrive in the dugout and kickstart a squad rebuild under the watchful eye of Ralf Rangnick, who will switch from his interim boss role into a consultancy position.

In the meantime, however, The Athletic state that all is not well at United, with many at the club thoroughly unsurprised by the defeat to Brighton.

Sources in the dressing room are quoted as describing the recent standard of coaching as ‘well below’ that which they enjoyed under Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna in the wake of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s departure.

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