Marouane Fellaini has hit out at some Manchester United stars for their use of social media after matches.
The Belgian midfielder, who spent over five years at Old Trafford after being signed by David Moyes, has questioned the use of some players for their activity on social media in the dressing room.
United have endured an awful start to the season under boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who saw Fellaini as surplus to requirements at the club before his exit to China.
Solskjaer’s side currently sit 12th in the Premier League table, just two points from the relegation zone and a staggering 15 points behind their next opponents and league leaders Liverpool.
The likes of Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba have often been criticised by some sections of supporters for the way they use social media to document their life, regardless of how results are going on the pitch.
And Fellaini has addressed what he believes to be an ongoing issue at the club:
“You see some players go straight into the dressing room after games and go straight onto social media,” said Fellaini as quoted by the Telegraph. “It’s wrong.”