- David De Gea has expressed disappointment over the problems rocking Man United
- He was said to have fed up with the manager's treatment of his players at the club
- The shot-stopper was heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid in the summer
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea is reportedly tired of the leadership crisis rocking the club.
The events which has got the Spaniard 'fed up' of the Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho after failing to mend his relationship with his players.
United have struggled for form since the start of the season despite having players like Alexis Sanchez in his attack.
They were forced to a goalless draw at Old Trafford by struggling Spanish League side Valencia in the Champions League during the week.
The Mirror quoting a source at Man United camp claim the players are of the opinion that Mourinho's era at the club is coming to end.
He (Jose) seems to have lost control of the dressing room as most of the senior players have turned against him.
The Red Devils boss spoke to the press on Friday where he addressed some of the club's issues and took responsibility.
"I know we are in the beginning of October and we look to tables all around Europe and in many of the leagues the tables in September and October don't reflect what is going to happen in a few months or even at the end of the season," said Mourinho.
"But we are in a position where we can do much better and to do that we need points, points that we lost especially in the last two Premier League matches, with one point out of six.
"They have a very, very very good coach, a team that is always very well organised, against especially the teams of the first part of the table, where their manager is very bright on his analysis of the opposition qualities and to try to stop them.
"The results they've had against the top teams didn't get them points yet this season, but gave them very, very close results and very difficult matches for the opposition. So we expect a different match."
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