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Andy Cole alleges that a MOLE exists in the Manchester United locker room

Andy Cole suggested that the mole was a player who had a falling out with Erik ten Hag.

There have been several allegations of discontent in the Manchester United locker room. They claim that Erik ten Hag has lost his locker room, with several players dissatisfied with his training and tactics. Along with it, the specifics of Jadon Sancho’s banishment were revealed, with many people dissatisfied with his treatment.

Andy Cole, a former Manchester United striker, has indicated that there was a mole in the dressing room who revealed information about the team. He said that such bad information was only being released because of their lack of playing time or because he had a falling out with the management.

Ten Hag and Manchester United had barred three journalists from attending a pre-match press conference because they had published bad things about the team. The manager is on the verge of being fired, and the squad is in disarray. According to speculations, former Chelsea manager Graham Potter is expected to take charge.

“At Manchester United now, information is being leaked so regularly and if the dressing room was truly united, then that wouldn’t be happening. Information usually comes out when things aren’t doing well. Everything that’s coming out of the dressing room is negative and that can’t be helping the team and allowing them to move forward”

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Roy Keane will keep only 5 Manchester United players 

Roy Keane. (Source: ESPN)
Roy Keane. (Source: ESPN)

With United tumbling out of the Champions League group stage, the League Cup, and fighting to stay in the top six, Roy Keane announced that he would sack the whole squad, with the exception of seven players. In a podcast with former players such as Ian Wright, Jamie Carragher, and Gary Neville, he indicated that he would also keep Erik ten Hag.

He stated that the Dutch manager was not to blame for the club’s decade-long struggle and that he should continue. Lisandro Martinez, Bruno Fernandes, Casemiro, Mason Mount, Rasmus Hojlund, Kobbie Mainoo, and Alejandro Garnacho were among the seven players he stated he would maintain.

He did not include many veteran players and stated that he would give Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw one more opportunity. He also stated that Christian Eriksen was not “good enough” for Manchester United. The Red Devils will now go to Anfield to face Liverpool, a venue where they have not won since 2016.

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