Ralf Rangnick Reveals 6 Players Recommendations To Manchester United Board.

Ralf Rangnick Reveals 6 Players  Recommendations To Manchester United Board.

Ralf Rangnick reveals Manchester United not turn up to all six of his transfer recommendations including Luis Diaz, Alvaro Morata and Christopher Nkunku.

Rangnick was appointed as United’s interim manager last November following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking.

The 64-year-old was unable to improve the team’s performances and a sixth-placed finish in the Premier League led to his departure in May.

Man United made no signings during the January transfer window with Rangnick in charge,

while Erik ten Hag was backed with over £220 million worth of new additions in the summer including Antony, Lisandro Martinez and Casemiro.

During his final few weeks in charge, Rangnick made it clear that the United squad needed significant improvement and even went as far as to say the team needed ‘open heart surgery’.

But the German has now revealed that United’s hierarchy opted not to take his advice when he put forward several potential transfer targets.


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‘It was clear to everyone that there was a need in many areas.’

‘That’s why we were already discussing players like Josko Gvardiol and Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig.

Those were names that were realistic.

‘We also talked about Alvaro Morata, Luis Diaz, Dusan Vlahovic and, as I said, Haaland when they were still on the market.

‘But the club decided at that time to rebuild the team under the new coach.’

Manchester United are still struggling under the new coach Erik ten Hag despite huge money spent during the summer.

United are welcoming FC Sheriff tonight as Ten Hag side  need only a point to secure their place in the next round of Europa League.

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