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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag to hold one-to-one sessions with his players to mend broken dressing room

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag wants to hold one-on-one showdown talks with all his players to clear the air in a desperate bid to fix the dressing room, according to the Sun.

The Dutchman has ordered the Red Devils players to meet with him today and tomorrow as he looks to find a solution to whatever the problem is.

Ten Hag wants to clear the air and is keen to know from each Man Utd player what issues they have with him, his staff, his training, tactics and and their team-mates.

The Old Trafford club have suffered their worst start to a season in 61 years after losing eight of their opening 15 games across all competitions so far.

They lost 3-0 to Newcastle United on Wednesday night at home in the Carabao Cup round of 16, and securing a place in the Champions League last-16 is also looking tricky after they lost their opening two group games to Bayern Munich and Galatasaray.

They have lost five out of ten Premier League games, with all their victories marginal, winning those games just by a goal.

Stories have continually leaked from the dressing room and the players do not look united.

While the ownership situation has not helped, Ten Hag knows his job is at stake having spent almost £400 million on players since arriving a little over a year ago.

He needs to find a way to turn things around and save their campaign, and anything apart from a win against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday could deal a huge blow on his chances of holding on to his job.

There are three games before the next international break, and their results could make or mar his Man Utd career.

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