Manchester United's 2-2 draw with Fulham was a desperate result for the Red Devils, as they tried and failed to kick-start their season. After the game, striker Javier Hernandez gave a hint that all was not well behind the scenes.
Writing on Instagram, Chicharito said: "The time to speak about so many things will come."
There is a feeling that things are far from well at Old Trafford, which would be understandable given their league position and how far they have fallen from their former glories.
Midfielder Anderson, who left the club for Fiorentina in January, was reported in the Guardian last week amongst others suggesting that several players want out of Manchester. He subsequently distanced himself from those comments, according to the club's official website.
Hernandez has been forced into a bit-part role in the team with star names Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney leading the line, and the signing of Juan Mata in January is likely to damage his chances of first-team football further as United rebuild.
Whether he's talking about goings-on behind the scenes at Old Trafford is not clear, but as a footballer well-versed in how the media works, you'd expect him to know that this would be how such a cryptic message would be interpreted.