A former Premier League footballer has picked up enough signs to claim Manchester United's dressing room is not as united as it should be.
While the Red Devils have suffered shock losses to the likes of Young Boys, Aston Villa and Leicester City, Cristiano Ronaldo's body language reactions have done very little to suggest the team is sticking together as a collective.
Ronaldo was seen a few times walking down the tunnel mumbling angrily after defeats.
Former Tottenham Hotspur and England goalkeeper, Paul Robinson, believes the signs are a tell of a divided dressing room.
"It doesn't look like a happy camp," he said as quoted by the Daily Express.
"Stories very rarely came out of Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson. It was a tight-knit dressing room and a tight-knit club.
Robinson added to say that heated moments are part of any team but it is a different picture when key players persistently make the news about being unhappy.
"There would have been a lot of crosswords and a lot of arguments in the dressing room and on the training field.
"But they barely ever made it out in the media. There might have been one or two stories which made it out in the end.
"There are far too many stories coming out of United now, though. We are hearing about Ronaldo not being happy and now it is Rashford. It is clear to see it is not a happy camp. Things need to be put right very quickly," he concluded.
Meanwhile, United could make a big statement this weekend as Liverpool visit Old Trafford.