Man United players turning on manager following win-less streak

Manchester United players are starting to turn on manager Louis van Gaal after a series of poor results, with two senior stars speaking out following their 2-1 loss to Bournemouth on Saturday, Mirror reports.

The Red Devils’ shock loss to the newly-promoted Cherries came after their defeat to Wolfsburg the previous week, which saw Van Gaal’s men knocked out of the competition they tried so hard to qualify for last term.

And according to The Sun, several of United’s star men have become frustrated with the situation, and have staged a revolt in the dressing room after their 2-1 Bournemouth loss.

This will only see the pressure mount on the Dutch boss, who has spent over £250million on new players since his arrival in the summer of 2014 and hasn’t guided Man United to a victory in their past five games.

If United fail to beat another promoted club in Norwich City at Old Trafford this Saturday, the former Barcelona gaffer could be facing a horde of angry fans outside the stadium.