Bruno Fernandes has admitted Manchester United stars are not doing enough to represent the club this season following their Champions League exit on Tuesday night.
United crashed out of Europe’s elite-level competition after suffering a 3-2 defeat away at RB Leipzig, meaning they have now been sent packing to the Europa League.
Their elimination has only heaped further pressure on under-fire boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who faces a battle to keep his job at Old Trafford.
However, Fernandes believes United players need to take responsibility for the club’s shortcomings, taking to Instagram to bemoan their latest setback.
“Not good enough from us,” the Portugal midfielder wrote.
“[W]e have to do much better to represent [such a] big club and [e]specially playing in the @championsleague with big teams!”
Fernandes’ post somewhat conflicts with recent reports in Manchester Evening News, which suggest certain players are blaming Solskjaer for their shortcomings this season.