​Former ​Manchester United assistant manager Rene Meulensteen wants Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho to stop feuding, considering that they are becoming public and affecting the team adversely.

In a recent spat, a video from the training ground showed both Pogba and Mourinho having words with each other, with the latter seeming to suggest the player get out for being late.

However, Meulensteen has said that both parties need to bury the hatchet and concentrate on improving the team's results. 

Meulensteen told talkSPORT: “There are too many things coming out, whether from Mourinho or the players, and that causes constant disruptions inside and outside the club.

“Obviously there is a problem because there are certain things as a manager between your players you want to keep between the walls of the dressing room.

“That is part of the strength of the squad and that’s what you need when you are getting into difficult times, like Man United are in at the moment.

“That’s when you need to pull together and close the ranks, rather than throw something out that again opens up the speculation and causes a lot of disruption.”

United were recently knocked out from the Carabao Cup thanks to a loss to Derby County via the penalty shootout. Prior to that, they drew their Premier League game against Wolverhampton Wanderers, leaving them seventh on the table.

It remains to be seen if the team can pick up from the pieces and get back into winning form before the situation gets any worse.