All is not well at Manchester United as it has emerged a star player was "aimlessly raging" in the dressing room after their 1-1 draw with Everton.

Pressure is mounting on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the Red Devils dropped outside the top four after their 4-2 defeat by Leicester City on Saturday.

They're on a horrible run that dates back to the defeat against Young Boys in the Champions League at the end of August.

And it all came to the surface the weekend before the international break as the Toffees secured a point at Old Trafford, unlucky not to secure all three.

The Independent claims a key first-team player was furious in the dressing room at full time complaining about "the same mistakes every single game".

Pressure mounts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Man Utd (


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Is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job at risk? Comment below

The break didn't do them any good either as the Foxes piled more misery on Solskjaer's men at the King Power Stadium.

Man Utd appear to have systematic issues that aren't going away any time soon.

The first is that even their own squad know something is wrong with the team - the outburst from the individual against Everton proves that.

The second is that opposition teams are aware of that. They realise they can hurt them and they know where to hurt them - at the back. United's fear factor is non-existent.

David De Gea made the most amount of saves in the Premier League this weekend. Throw four goals on top of that and it's fair to say Leicester were able to get at the United defence with ease.

Solskjaer opted to start an unfit Harry Maguire with Raphael Varane picking up an injury on international duty, a decision that backfired as the United skipper struggled to get up to speed with the game.

Maguire lost possession in the build-up to Youri Tielemans' equaliser and was tormented by the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho in the second half as Brendan Rodgers' men sealed the victory.

Gary Neville insists Solskjaer's decision to start the England centre-half was a "big problem" as he was "nowhere near it."

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Neville said on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football: "On Saturday, the biggest mistake that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made that I could think of watching that game again was the selection of Harry Maguire.

"He was absolutely nowhere near. We were talking earlier about when we’ve had one of those games in our career where we’re not fit, nowhere near it.

"I think picking him in the first place was a big problem. Maybe the panic of not having [Raphael] Varane and Maguire caused him to do that, but then not taking him off at half-time because it wasn’t just the goals that Harry Maguire was involved in. Just generally, he was nowhere near it."

Gary Neville said on Monday Night Football that Solskjaer needs to find "a basic defensive shape" (


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Neville feels Eric Bailly should have started alongside Victor Lindelof even though the Ivorian has barely featured for United.

He added: "I watched Thomas Tuchel after the game give Malang Sarr and Trevoh Chalobah starts [against Brentford] and the game and the belief for Chelsea so it can happen and I think Eric Bailly should have played alongside Lindelof.

"That was the biggest mistake that happened on Saturday because I think if Harry Maguire had been fit and anywhere near – someone who has been a brilliant player for United for the last two years – then Manchester United wouldn’t have had the problems they had."

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