Manchester United: Rangnik would like to sign ten players this summer

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Manchester United coach Ralph Rangnick was uncompromising at a press conference after a heavy loss against Liverpool on Tuesday (4-0). According to him, the Red Devils team should be reshuffled.

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“When Jurgen Klopp arrived, Liverpool raised not only the team, but also the club and city to another level. This is what has to happen to us in the next transfer window.”

Ralph Rangnick sets the scene at a press conference. After the pants received at Anfield (4-0), the Manchester United coach cited Mercy’s neighbor as an example to follow, who according to the German technician “is now six years ahead of us.” Delays are not a thousand, the solution for Rangnik: “It’s not difficult to analyze. To me, it’s clear that there will be six, seven, eight, maybe ten new players. Before signing these players, you need to know that How do you want to play?”

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The Red Devils boss also outlined the world that has torn his team apart from Jurgen Klopp: “I don’t think we’ve been able to play better. They are just better than us. He has 25 Formula One teams in his team.”

For his part, Roy Keane, a former Manchester United player and now a consultant for Sky Sports, is not surprised by the lack of investment from some players, notably Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Nemanja Matic whose contracts expire next June. are happening.

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Ralph Rangnick, off the bench but close to the transfer window

Although Ralph Rangnick is still on the Mancunians’ bench, he will leave his place at the end of the season – probably for Erik Ten Haag. The 63-year-old, however, will not be away from Manchester United as he will take over as a consultant there at the end of the season. Thus, Rangnik will have the cards to complete this major project, which he announced at a press conference this Tuesday.

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