After Ralf Rangnick’s ‘agreement,’ four Manchester United players could be sold in January.


After Ralf Rangnick’s ‘agreement,’ four Manchester United players could be sold in January.

Ralf Rangnick has been linked with the vacant Manchester United manager’s position.

Following Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal on Sunday, there have been numerous speculations about potential replacements.

Mauricio Pochettino had been linked with the job, but reports claim that Ralf Rangnick will be appointed as United manager for a six-month contract.

Express Sport looks at four players who could be released if he joins the club.

Rangnick comes from Leipzig and Salzburg, where the emphasis has always been on youth development, profit, and the development of talent to fit into a team.

With that in mind, any older players at the club must be concerned about their futures.

Edinson Cavani falls into this category, as he will be 35 years old by the end of the season, and his contract will be up.

With Cristiano Ronaldo’s talents, Cavani is a sporadic first-team player at United, having only made eight appearances so far this season.

Rangnick could look to improve in that area with Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford still young in their careers.

Pogba is another player who has only a few months left on his contract.

Pogba could be sold to raise funds, especially with Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, and Real Madrid all interested.

Following Solskjaer’s dismissal, Donny van de Beek’s increased game time could indicate that he will take over as Pogba.

And his sale could help pay for a new playmaker.

After a poor run of form, Martial’s future at United is in doubt.

Despite Solskjaer’s side finishing second in the league, the Frenchman scored just four goals.

With the additions of Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho, he has struggled to find game time this season.

He could also be shipped out in order to fund a move for a more hungry replacement, such as Leipzig’s Dani Olmo.

Despite broken promises about game time, the Warrington-born midfielder could still stay at United.

Lingard has been linked with West Ham and Newcastle United after publicly expressing his dissatisfaction with the lack of minutes he has played in the Premier League this season.

Rangnick could change that in the second half of the season by playing the United academy product much more.

If Lingard, on the other hand, has already made his.

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