Ralf Rangnick’s team has three wonderkids who could join him in 2022.
MAN UTD has a reputation for producing some of England’s brightest young stars.
If his senior players continue to underperform, Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick may look to the club’s academy for inspiration.
On Monday, the German suffered his first defeat during his interim reign.
Wolves beat a lackluster United side at Old Trafford for the first time in over 40 years.
The attack of the Red Devils was disjointed, with only two shots on target.
One of them occurred in the final seconds of the game.
The visitors’ only goal came from Joao Moutinho, and it was a much-needed win after Rangnick’s team had put up some poor performances.
They were previously unbeaten, but their 1-0 victories over Crystal Palace and Norwich were unconvincing.
In the 1-1 draw at St James’ Park shortly after Christmas, Newcastle deserved three points.
United’s only win over an opponent under the former RB Leipzig coach came in a 3-1 victory over Burnley.
Rangnick has three young stars to choose from, according to Express Sport.
Iqbal Zidane (Zidane Iqbal)
When he came on for Jesse Lingard in the final minute of United’s Champions League group stage match against Young Boys, the 18-year-old became the club’s first British-South Asian player.
He’s a creative midfielder who could bring something new to a United team that has been stale under Rangnick and previous manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at times.
“He had a great attitude, he was always willing to learn, and he played with a big smile on his face,” Stewart Hamer, Iqbal’s former Sunday League coach, told MEN.
“He was eager to take on any task we threw at him.
“For example, everyone took their part in being a goalkeeper, and he’d do the same in the net as everyone else.”
Charlie McNeill is a British actor.
Before joining United in 2011, he began his career as a Liverpool youth player.
Three years later, the 18-year-old moved to Manchester City.
The move back to the red side of Manchester in 2020 appears to have gone well.
According to Transfermarkt, he scored 26 goals in 24 appearances for the club’s U18 team.
McNeill has since established himself as a key member of the U23 squad.
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