• Midfielder says team don’t do ‘the basics’ after loss to Arsenal
  • Ralf Rangnick denies reports of divides in dressing room

Scott McTominay has laid bare the crisis that has overtaken Manchester United, saying there are a “whole load of problems in terms of players, staff, everything higher up”. The midfielder was hugely frustrated after the 3-1 defeat at Arsenal – when United had the chances to have taken something – and accused the team of lacking the “fundamentals of football” including “balls” and belief.

“It is pride on the pitch – give your best, everyone,” he said. “There are a lot of things going on at the minute. When we get back in the dressing room – it’s go home and take a look at yourself in the mirror. You can’t go back to your house and be satisfied with conceding three goals away at Arsenal when we deserved to win the game.

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