Chiefs of Man Utd are ready to support Ralf Rangnick, despite the possibility of mass exodus


Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United interim manager, may have funds to spend on January transfers with up to 11 players leaving the Old Trafford club.

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Ralf Rangnick reflects on Wolves defeat

Manchester United is ready to support Ralf Rangnick on the transfer market, it has been claimed.

The Red Devils lost this week for the first-time under his interim leadership. He will continue in that role until the season ends.

United lost 1-0 to Wolves at Old Trafford. Joao Moutinho scored a late goal from the penalty box to give the visitors a well-deserved victory.

Rangnick has seen firsthand the scrutiny United managers face when things don’t go as planned. His performance was widely criticised.

However, it seems to have strengthened the German team’s resolve to improve the club, despite some dressing room issues.

Mike Phelan was given the task to unify the squad. This is a difficult task at a time of many ins, outs, and uncertainty at the club.

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Mike Phelan’s important role

Ralf Rangnick asks Mike Phelan for unification in the dressing-room.

United gave a disjointed performance against Wolves in a loss that was a stark contrast to the time when players have been critical of their body language, and’softness’.

Rangnick has recruited his own staff since his appointment. Rangnick hired Sascha lense, Chris Armas assistant coach, and Ewan sharp as assistant coach/analyst.

However, as divisions are beginning to form within Old Trafford’s squad, an old hand has been assigned to speak to the squad to resolve the situation.

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United faces mass exodus

The Mirror reports that Manchester United could see up to 11 players leave after becoming disillusioned by the club’s life.

Rangnick inherits a team that is fractured from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s previous boss. Many players have raised concerns about their playing times under Solskjaer.

Ralf Rangnick, interim manager, now faces a mass exodus of his players in just weeks after his appointment.

The list of players looking to leave Old Trafford in January is long.

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United ready to support Rangnick

The Glazer family, Manchester United’s owners, are ready to support Rangnick as interim manager during the January transfer window.

Rangnick may be able to bring in more players to replace the departing stars with up to 11 of them.

The Glazers were believed to have informed their manager that they had funds available to him for spending.

Rangnick might be looking to recruit players who fit his style of pressing football. The Red Devils have already been linked with several new players.

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