Two members of the Manchester United first team squad are regretting decisions to sign new contracts with the club.
This is as the problems keep mounting for Manchester interim manager Ralf Rangnick, who was appointed last month.
Pundits believe that nothing has really improved under Rangnick with Monday’s 1-1 draw against relegation threatened Newcastle the latest insipid display.
The German boss is reportedly ready to put aside his preferred 4-2-2-2 formation as he looks for fluidity of play by his team.
Daily Mail reports that several first team stars are already questioning their futures under the former RB Leipzig manager.
Second choice goalkeeper, Dean Henderson is reportedly set for showdown talks with his new manager.
Henderson recently signed a new deal in August, but has not been finding game time due David de Gea’s return to form.
Another player who is regretting penning a new deal is Eric Bailly. The Ivorian signed an extension earlier this year, and is unhappy with his bit-part role.