has lost the faith of large swathes of the dressing room following a string of ‘concerning’ signings.
The Dutchman is under huge pressure following United’s 1-0 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday, which followed a 3-3 draw with three days earlier.
After an impressive debut campaign last year, United have started the season horribly and have already lost ten matches in all competitions.
The Red Devils take on at Old Trafford on Wednesday, and anything but a win could prove fatal for the under-pressure Dutchman.
But it may already be too late for Ten Hag, with the Manchester Evening News reporting that he’s lost the faith of parts of the dressing room as well as the backroom staff.
As well as doubts over his man-management and tactics, the biggest complaint is over the quality of Ten Hag’s signings.
Ten Hag spent £85m on , who he worked with at Ajax. The Brazilian hasn’t scored or assisted this term.
In January, was signed as a replacement for but managed just two goals in 28 appearances.
The MEN says there have been raised eyebrows at the signing of , who also hasn’t scored or assisted this term.
Perhaps the most surprising criticism is the signing of from Atalanta.
United spent £72m on the Dane, and though he’s yet to score in the Premier League, he’s netted five times in the Champions League.
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