Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward appeared to call one of the club's stars a 'F****** waste of money’ in the Red Devils' 2-2 draw with West Brom at the Hawthorns last night, reports the Metro.
Woodward - who played a huge part in United's extremely busy summer - was caught on camera against the Baggies, as he seemingly slammed one of the stars in red.
If Woodward did foul mouth one of Manchester United's stars, then who could he have been talking about? With the Red Devils 2-1 at the Hawthorns, it's not surprising that Woodward represented a frustrated figure on the sidelines.
After all, the club splashed over £150 million in the last transfer window, as they landed the likes of Angel di Maria, Daley Blind, Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw and Co. in the last transfer window. Both Shaw and Herrera endured poor games against the Baggies, with the latter being dragged off at half-time, but it's not clear as to which star Woodward was talking about when commenting about the game.
Manchester United have of course struggled to hit top form this season, despite the huge outlay in the previous transfer window. After just three wins from their opening eight league fixtures, the Red Devils are already 10 points behind league leaders Chelsea.
Blind saves the day
One of Woodward's summer signings, Daley Blind, did however, save the Red Devils from defeat at the Hawthorns last night. The versatile Dutchman struck a fine goal with minutes remaining to secure a point for Van Gaal's side.
United fans will also be pleased with the contribution that Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini made when he came off the bench at half-time yesterday. The former Everton man - who has been the subject of much criticism since joining the Red Devils in 2013 - scored his first competitive goal for the club as he stamped his authority on last night's game.
Next up for the Red Devils is a clash against Chelsea, and Van Gaal's side will be determined to secure all three points in order to keep their slim hopes of winning the title alive.