Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has identified the same problem as Jose Mourinho as the club faces a crisis.
MANCHESTER UNITED are currently in fourth place in the Premier League table.
Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United’s manager, is said to have discovered an attribute in the Red Devils’ dressing room that was first noticed by Jose Mourinho.
Since taking over as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s interim replacement, the German has struggled to put in convincing performances at Old Trafford.
Since Rangnick’s appointment in November, United has only won one game by more than one goal.
Aside from their 3-1 win over Burnley, the Germans have two wins, two draws, and a loss despite playing against relatively weak opposition.
Rangnick’s Red Devils lost 1-0 at home to Wolves, who are arguably the highest-quality side of the six Rangnick has faced.
At Old Trafford, the West Midlands side effectively controlled the game, registering 19 shots to United’s nine.
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Rangnick has detected a selfish element in the United dressing room, according to The Daily Mail.
Mourinho, who left the club in 2018, was the first to notice it.
As a result, the German has reportedly found it difficult to bring the team together as a unit, as Luke Shaw confirmed after Monday’s poor performance.
“Look, we’ve all been here a long time, us players.”
We’ve played at home before, so we know what it’s like when we’re focused and motivated,” he told Sky Sports.
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“However, I believe we had a problem tonight.”
We were having difficulty obtaining the ball, and we didn’t have many options.
“You need that intensity when you’re playing at home, but we didn’t go after them from the first minute.”
We sat back and relaxed, allowing them to feel at ease.
“When I was on the field, I didn’t feel like we were all together.”
We felt like we were having a hard time, and it was difficult.”
The apparent lack of determination is exacerbated by the high wages earned by some United players, which has resulted in the transfer pack being shuffled.
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