Reports – Leicester City Players Angry With Ranieri Over Ahmed Musa Substitution In Loss To Man United


Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri reportedly angered his players when he substituted Nigerian forward Ahmed Musa in Leicester City 0-3 loss to Manchester United.


Musa was substituted by the manager at the start of the second half by Andy King, and his substitution alongside that of Shinji Okazaki who was replaced by Demarai Gray didn’t go down well with some of the players.

According to leaks gathered by the online version of UK Tabloid Dailymail, senior players of Leicester City were unhappy with the Nigerian over the removal of the duo in the tie that saw them drop to just two points behind basement team Sunderland.

Musa a big money buy by the manager has been sparingly used by the manager since his transfer from Russian giants CSKA Moscow in the summer, with the forward playing second fiddle to the likes of Jamie Vardy and Islam Slimani.

Rumours of dressing room unrest has also lead to talks about the future of the manager, which some suggesting that he has been given a three match ultimatum to save his job.