Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s is reportedly been criticised by players of the team for the On-Field Issues between Cristiano Ronaldo and Mason Greenwood.
Some players have criticised his lack of management on the developing situation between Mason Greenwood and Cristiano Ronaldo, with Ronaldo growing increasingly annoyed with the 20-year-old’s decision-making.
According to reports by ESPN, ‘Ronaldo is growing visibly frustrated with Greenwood’s consistent decisions to shoot for goal when it would be better to pass it to a player in a better goalscoring position.’
The report indicates that the support for Solskjaer is now limited to a core of British players within the team and a few overseas ones, with the rest of the squad no longer supporting the manager.
ESPN also reports that the “favouritism” used by the Norwegian in continuing to pick some underperforming stars and not select other stars such as Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek and Nemanja Matic has openly led to criticism from members of the squad while on international duty.
This, it could be argued, is only going to become more of a problem due to the pressure to now keep playing Ronaldo after all the hype of his summer transfer, even if it could end up being detrimental to Greenwood’s development, and the team’s shape as a whole.