Despite Manchester United securing their first win in four Premier League matches on Monday night, it appears there may be yet more drama behind the scenes.
The Red Devils' dressing room has reportedly been in disarray at various points this season, with a number of sources suggesting there has been some division in the camp.
Club legend Paul Scholes also revealed recently that United midfielder Jesse Lingard had told him that the United dressing room is a "disaster".
The English midfielder is among a number of players who are believed to be unhappy at United, especially after his transfer to Newcastle United in January was shut down at the 11th hour despite Ralf Rangnick admitting he was willing to part ways with the 29-year-old.
Lingard is out of contract in June, and is expected to be one of the first names out of the door at the end of this campaign.
As such, many expected him to feature in the team's last home game of the season against Brentford on Monday night.
However, the United academy graduate did not play any part in the team's 3-0 win over the Bees, and his brother, who also acts as his agent, has since taken to social media with an angry response to the situation.
"20 years of blood sweat and tears, four domestic trophies, three cup final goals, not even a farewell. No wonder it's Conference League next year," Louie Scott wrote on Instagram, per the Daily Mirror.
"Attacking players for celebrations when the club's being sold to the super league OK.
"Class of '92, Busby Babes, you're ran by people who don't even know the offside trap.
"Classless and the fans need to realise. Goodnight, god bless!
"Been there since nine years of age and didn't even get a send-off!
"Well done bro, your family are proud."
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