Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher has said that Jose Mourinho has 'lost the dressing room' at Manchester United.
The North-West giants sit in 10th place in the standings after the club's worst-ever start to a Premier League campaign, and they are currently on a three-match winless streak in all competitions.
Mourinho claimed on Monday that some of his players 'cared more than others', and Carragher feels that was a clear indication of the lack of unity behind the scenes.
The Liverpool legend told Sky Sports News: "I have no doubt from his comments in the press conference when he said "some players are trying and some are trying harder than others" that he's lost the dressing room. That's not rocket science and I don't even think that's a controversial thing to say.
"The problem with that is that it's now the third time it's happened. It started at Real Madrid with [Iker] Casillas and [Sergio] Ramos then it happened at Chelsea with [Eden] Hazard and all the players there and now there's talk of a group led by [Paul] Pogba. So there's no doubt there's massive problems there."
United are next in action when they host Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night.