Manchester United Spanish duo, Ander Herrera and Juan Mata are reportedly not happy at their role under Dutch coach, Louis Van Gaal, according to reports.
The Daily Mail says that United boss may struggle to satisfy Mata and Herrera who dissatisfaction in the way they are being played may cause them to leave Old Trafford next summer.
Herrera and Mata have been fans favourite since they both join the club; Mata moved from premier league rivals, Chelsea almost two years ago in the January transfer window while Herrera was signed from Spanish side Atletico Bilbao by former United coach David Moyes.
Mata was influential at Chelsea, wining the Chelsea player of the season for two straight season before being sold to United on Mourinho’s insistence, while Herrera looks to be a player with much zeal and desire to win. Van Gaal has only started Herrera on 6 occasions this season although its partly due to his injuries.
Both Spanish midfielders have formed a good understanding on and off the pitch and it would be a double blow if United are to lose any of the two players little to say both. Whatever the issue leading to their being unhappy, its best the Red Devils sort it out quick and save their season which is looking to be heading to the rocksFollow Football News Arena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from across the major Leagues in Europe and around the World.