I think we should just take names out of this for a moment. In whatever field you work if you are a manager a large proportion of your job is managing people. For the workforce it is about adapting to possibly new management techniques. A good manager will understand how to get the best out of his/her team. The best way for all is a symbiosis but of course this is not always possible. So in a usual context it is likely that the employee/s who is/are not liking/responding to the manager will seek to leave or be told to leave. In football however, the normal work place dynamic is turned on its head. In almost all cases the players, and especially the best/key players, are more important to the club both in terms of perfomances on it and in in terms of monetary value. Hence what has happened at Man Utd and it hasn't worked out too badly there.
Of course very very few on here have the slightest idea what is going on but there has now been a number of these such incidents as well as "stories" from what I think most on here would consider to be reputable journalists to indicate that all is not well.
It will not be long before the majority of the squad that won the league will either have left or been sold.
To those just wishing to get rid of senior players I say be careful what you wish for. I hear the arguments that so and so can just be replaced, well the truth is they can't. As we have seen with Mahrez, we haven't and aren't able to replace that level of player at a club such as ours.
The same rationale of course applies to replacing the manager, the next may be worse, though he is probaly cheaper to replace.
On the pitch we look like a team that badly needs to keep its leaders. We have very few of them. It is all well and good playing youngsters with their unbounded enthusiasm but sometimes enthusiasm is not enough.