Man Utd stars knuckle down in training ahead of Bayern Munich clash after sensational dressing room bust-up | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED stars have been working hard in training ahead of their trip to Bayern Munich.

There were no signs of a dressing room split following a bust-up after the 3-1 defeat to Brighton.

Captian Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay confronted each other after the defeat, while Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof also shared angry words.

But several players were all smiles at Carrington as the squad prepared for their first Champions League match of the season.

Casemiro, Raphael Varane and Alejandro Garnacho joked with one another as the team were put through their paces.

Varane has missed United's last two games – both of which have ended in defeat.

He is back in training along with Mason Mount and Erik ten Hag will be hoping Varane passes a fitness test as the defender could be key to keeping Harry Kane quiet tomorrow night.

Martinez may also be crossing his fingers for the Frenchman's return after falling out with his defensive partner Lindelof on Saturday.

Ten Hag has tried to restore order in his squad, which has faced several off-field issues in recent weeks.

Jadon Sancho has been banished from first-team training after hitting out at Ten Hag because the United boss suggested he had not been training to a high enough standard.

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Mason Mount is back in trainingCredit: PA


Antony is also not allowed to train while police continue to investigate domestic violence allegations made by his ex Gabriela Cavallin.

The chaos at the club led Gary Neville to claim unhappy players could be “BUGS” creating “discomfort and uncertainty” in the Red Devils camp.

He said: “How popular is Sancho in the dressing room? How popular is Maguire?

“Ten Hag has got some bugs in there that we don’t know from the outside what discomfort and uncertainty is being created on the inside.

“You’ve got a player who’s probably changing in the first-team dressing room but is over with the academy. You’ve got Harry, who was captain of these players 12 months ago but has now almost been alienated to the third, fourth, fifth centre-half.

“So Ten Hag has some situations in there and I don’t know the damage that is having.

“There has been many a manager since Sir Alex Ferguson left, good managers who have found challenges at United.

“I’m hoping it’s just a difficult start to the season and not a repeat of what we’ve seen previously — where it started to become challenging for Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal, David Moyes, Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer."

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