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“Now we have evidence,” a journalist says after a concerning assertion from Carrington.

Ten Hag is currently dealing with a'separated changing area' at Old Trafford.

Ten Hag is currently dealing with a’separated changing area’ at Old Trafford.

According to columnist Dean Jones, Manchester United has a division within the camp that came to the fore after a beating at the club’s Carrington training ground.

With Erik ten Hag as their new manager, the Red Devils are set to enter a new era, but it appears that he will face challenges in the early stages of his reign.

At Carrington, two senior Manchester United players were involved in a full-fledged attack.

The squabble occurred near the end of an instructional meeting, according to the report, and the couple had to be separated, leaving both partners stunned.

It’s been a befuddling season at Old Trafford, where Ralf Rangnick has been in charge since November, when he was appointed as the Red Devils’ in-between time supervisor.

Manchester United will go into their final match of the season, against Crystal Palace, knowing they can finish no higher than 6th in the Premier League table and may be forced to fight for a place in the Europa Conference League.

The Red Devils were eliminated from the Champions League in the last 16 stage, while their FA Cup and Carabao Cup campaigns ended in the fourth and third rounds, respectively.

Jones acknowledges that the preparation ground beating demonstrates that there is pressure in the Manchester United camp and that the players are not in complete agreement.

After being blamed for failing to show battle throughout the mission, the columnist believes it is unexpected.

“We as a whole realize that there were issues in that changing area,” Jones told GIVEMESPORT. I believe we now have proof that there is, without a doubt, a flaw in the setup.

“We’ve all wanted to see some fight from Manchester United, or at least United fans have, but I’m not sure this is top of their priority list.” It’s past the point of no return, whether it was to ignite something or not.”

Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata, and Lee Grant are among the senior players due to leave Manchester United in the summer, with their separate agreements coming to an end.

Nemanja Matic, the club’s star midfielder, has also stated that he will leave once the season has reached its height.

Meanwhile, Eric Bailly and Phil Jones have informed their spouses that they intend to quit Manchester United when the transfer window reopens.

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