More worryingly for the United faithful is the fact that two of the biggest personalities at the club are at loggerheads with each other. Barcelona made quite the splash for a few midfielders in the summer in order to replace their Spanish veteran Andres Iniesta who left to play in the Japanese league but despite that Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba was still linked with a move. The Blues are second in the table after an unbeaten start to the league season.
As well as manager Jose Mourinho, Paul Pogba has come in for sustained criticism over his efforts and some of the players at Old Trafford are starting to resent the treatment. "I don't think there's a lack of quality there".
United travel to Chelsea this Saturday in the lunch time kick-off, with Mourinho desperate for a good result. I watched him in the first game of the season against Cardiff and he did really well. Now it's just a moaning Jose, which frustrates you.
Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football
Luke, who has Down syndrome, said he gave Harry "two hugs" and gave Meghan flowers when he met the pair at Dubbo airport. During a reception at Melbourne's Government House, Meghan was startled when she played with a Formula 1 auto .
"He does some of the best things in games, a great pass or dribble, a great touch or dribble", Scholes told an exclusive interview with ESPN.
"You can not keep missing like he's missing, you've got to start putting the ball in the back of the onion bag". It feels like we have turned into a Liverpool or a Man City. "I feel like we could sign Lionel Messi at the moment and he'd struggle in this team", he said. He is just a great manager and I know that he has been having a bit of a tough time in Manchester, but knowing him I think he is going to turn it around. "But I worked hard, I wanted to be here and I wanted to make sure my future was here to help this club".
I've been asked the question as Gareth Southgate has had some players in his England squad who aren't regulars but for me, my preference is for them to be regulars for their clubs.