MANCHESTER UNITED recently replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with Ralf Rangnick. Manchester United hero Owen Hargreaves thinks Ralf Rangnick has already brought a control to the club that was missing under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Red Devils hired the 63-year-old earlier this month. And they’re hoping to win the Champions League this term, having gone without the famous trophy since 2008.
Ajax 'are considering a loan move for Dean Henderson' amid a lack of action at Manchester United, with forgotten England goalkeeper 'open to leaving Old Trafford' in search of game time
Dean Henderson has only featured once for Manchester United this season The 24-year-old goalkeeper is playing second fiddle to current No 1 David de Gea Ajax reportedly interested in signing him on loan in the January transfer window Henderson would be prepared to leave either on a six-month or 18-month loan
RALF RANGNICK is only under contract as interim manager until the end of the season. Manchester United’s plans to find a long-term manager in the summer may have to be brought forward following developments at Paris Saint-Germain. United have appointed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of the season, yet they might have to move faster if they want to hire Mauricio Pochettino.
Diogo Dalot has remerged as a first-team starter in recent games and he puts that down to remaining fighting fit while he was on the sidelines under former Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Diogo Dalot has expressed his delight at his readmission into the Manchester United first-team and stated that throughout Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure he remained match sharp, waiting for the right opportunity.
TWO NEW members of staff are expected to be announced by United this week. Ralf Rangnick is poised to overhaul the coaching set-up at Manchester United following his arrival as interim manager. The German took charge of his first game on the weekend and the club is now preparing to announce the appointment of two new faces, according to reports.
OLE GUNNAR SOLKSKJAER has stayed in the UK since his sacking as Manchester United boss. And he told fans 'I tried my best' after a chance encounter with a group of supporters at a sushi takeaway. Solskajer, 48, was dismissed on November 21, the day after the Red Devils were thumped 4-1 at Watford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has kept a low profile since his sacking from Manchester United but the ex-Red Devils striker and boss has stayed in the city and spoken to multiple fans about his emotional exit Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have left the Old Trafford dugout, but the now former Manchester United manager and player is still sticking around the local area.
After whisperings of potential interference in the team selections made by Michael Carrick following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, there was no doubting this was the start of the Ralf Rangnick era at Manchester United. In the dugout at Old Trafford as the home team manager for the first time, the German took encouragement from what he saw.
Fred scored the match-winner for Manchester United against Crystal Palace in Ralf Rangnick's first match as interim manager, having been given licence to roam forward unlike under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Ralf Rangnick got off to a near-perfect start as Manchester United interim manager by straying from one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 's biggest criticisms.
ERIK TEN HAG is reportedly a contender to become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's permanent successor. Ajax boss Erik ten Hag has said he’s ‘ready’ for a new challenge, amid reports linking him with the Manchester United managerial post. Ten Hag, 51, has been at Dutch giants Ajax since 2017, where he has won two league and cup doubles and helped guide them to the Champions League semi-final in 2019.
The phrase 'DNA' has become a tortured expression at Man Utd but Ralf Rangnick has explained it in simple terms after his unveiling as manager. The notion of a football club having its own DNA is a flawed concept but it still manages to stir plenty of debate amongst supporters and at Old Trafford it's turned into their own modern-day culture war.
Former Scotland striker Frank McAvennie is adamant Rangnick will get more out of Manchester United's stars than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did Ralf Rangnick won’t shy away from dishing out tough love to Manchester United’s under-performing stars, according to former Scotland striker Frank McAvennie. United’s new interim boss will take charge of his team for the first time on Sunday when they welcome Crystal Palace to Old Trafford.
Raphael Varane was brought to Manchester United during the summer transfer window by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Manchester United centre-back Raphael Varane has hailed the honesty and sensitivity of former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, almost a fortnight on from the Norwegian's dismissal. United made the decision to relieve Solskjaer of his duties following the 4-1 defeat to Watford at Vicarage Road, despite no concrete succession plan, at the time, being in place.
Journalist Pete O'Rourke believes that Donny van de Beek will be "chomping at the bit" to impress new Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick. The Dutchman has endured a difficult time since his £35m move from Ajax last summer, but O'Rourke thinks that he'll be pushing hard to make his mark under the German.
RAPHAEL VARANE has likened former Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane. Manchester United defender Raphael Varane has compared sacked boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane. Solskjaer was dismissed after a run of seven defeats in 13 matches and Varane has made the link despite enjoying far more success under his countryman at the Bernabeu.
Plus, Jim White explains why United might come to regret letting Carrick leave Old Trafford Michael Carrick has been viewed as a future Manchester United manager at Old Trafford following his unbeaten spell as caretaker which ended after the victory over Arsenal on Thursday. Carrick, 40, announced his departure after the final whistle of the third match in charge, bringing an end to his 15-year spell at the club as a five-time Premier League winner as a player and a coach.