Atmosphere among the Man Utd squad is flat amid poor form – report

As they embark on a tricky run of fixtures, Manchester United are up against it as they attempt to end their unwanted run of three winless games in the Premier League.

There is increasing pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with his side currently sat in sixth place in the Premier League after a poor start to the season.

The latest mishap, an embarrassing 4-2 defeat at the hands of Leicester, means that the Old Trafford club have only picked up four points from their last four games.

Furthermore, the slip in form has now affected the team’s morale. That’s according to a report from The Times, which claims that the atmosphere among the Manchester United squad is described as ‘flat’.

The claim comes after this weekend’s loss against Brendan Rodgers’ side and after watching the drab performance, who could blame the first-team players?

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Despite taking the lead in the game through Mason Greenwood, United crumbled in the second half and conceded three goals after the interval, with two coming from set-pieces.

Leicester’s 83rd-minute winner, scored by Jamie Vardy, came less than one minute after Marcus Rashford had marked his return from injury with an equaliser.

A run of wins will be hugely vital to Solskjer, who is likely to be desperate to turn things around as he maintains the full backing of the club.

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