Manchester United midfielder Fred has proffered a way out of the current mini-crisis at the club.
The Brazilian international star spoke about his new club in an interview monitored on popular news portal ESPN as he disclosed that the only way to reduce the tension at the club is to improve results.
Fred became a Red Devil in the summer after Manchester United paid Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk a whooping sum of £47m for his signature and he has been largely disappointing amidst a poor start to the season for the Premier League winners.
Manchester United started the season with a slim 2-1 victory over Leicester City at Old Trafford before suffering successive defeats against Brighton and Hove Albion and top four rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The successive losses ignited the pressure on manager Jose Mourinho who had earlier complained about the club’s inability to sign a new centre back.
Away victories over Burnley and Watford eased the pressure on Mourinho a little bit before a four-game winless run accelerated calls for him to be sacked.
His plight has not been helped by his reported altercation with senior players like Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez though a 3-2 comeback victory over Newcastle United in the last league game has reduced the attention on the Portuguese tactician and his players.