Rangnik denies that he made a report criticizing United players

Rangnik denies that he made a report criticizing United players

Coach Ralph Rangnick is already working out the final details for a change in command of Manchester United. The English club have already agreed with Dutchman Erik ten Haag, who will take over at the start of next season. According to the UK press, Rangnik prepared a report for the club’s new boss and described some of the athletes as “non-professionals”, something Rangnik was eager to deny.

Rangnik told Sky Sports: “This is completely untrue. Management has never asked me to make any reports for them or for Eric. I have never criticized the attitude of any Manchester United player. I I will never talk to anyone about my lack of professionalism.” ,

Despite this, the coach knows that Manchester United will have to undergo a real overhaul to fight at the top of the Premier League table again. With the current domestic competition coming to an end, United still do not have a guaranteed place in the next edition of the Champions League, a situation that could disrupt plans with the arrival of Erik ten Haag.

“I’ve been talking to the board with some regularity and we’ve exchanged a lot of impressions about what we’ve done. We know it’s important to work together with Eric and the entire Scouting department to build a new The team and a group that fits the mindset of the new manager. We want to see Manchester United continue to delight the fans”, rated Rangnik.

Manchester United currently have 54 points and are sixth in the Premier League. The difference for Arsenal, who will currently be ranked last in the Champions League, is six points. Because of this, the team needs to score as much as possible in the final round to retain a real chance of classification.

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Manchester United enter the field to face Chelsea at Old Trafford, this Thursday (28), at 15:45 (GMT). The game will be expected from the 37th round of the English Football Elite. A win will be essential for Ralph Rangnik’s team to continue their pursuit of the main objective of this final stage of the season, which is to win a place in the Champions League.

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