Man Utd players ‘struggling to adapt’ to Rangnick’s training and leaving at 5pm

There appears to be growing unrest within the Manchester United camp as reports emerge that players haven't taken a liking to interim manager Ralf Rangnick's training sessions.

The German, who replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last month, is facing his first major challenge as United boss following his side's lacklustre 1-1 draw against Newcastle United on Monday.

Speaking afterwards in the Sky Sports studio, Gary Neville questioned the attitude of the squad, insisting that the body language of certain players was a really worrying sign.

"Something isn’t right in there," Neville said. "There is definitely whingeing going on. They are all at each other. The spirit of a dressing room is really important and I don’t think they’re all with each other at the moment."

It comes with the Daily Mail reporting that United's stars are already fed up with Rangnick's new training regime, with players unhappy about having to stay until 5pm and train in the dark.

The mood within the dressing room is said to be very low and a number of players are considering their futures at the club.

Anthony Martial has already told Rangnick he wants to leave, but the club rejected a loan offer from Sevilla this week because it only covered part of the Frenchman's £200,000-a-week wages.

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Dean Henderson, who has struggled to unseat David de Gea as United's number one goalkeeper, reportedly wants to speak with Rangnick over his lack of game time, while Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard are looking to do the same.

Rangnick's reign at Old Trafford began with an impressive win against Crystal Palace, but three uninspiring performances since then has changed the atmosphere around the club.

United are currently seventh in the table, but will leapfrog West Ham United if they win their two games in hand.

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