Ralf Rangnick is concerned that Manchester United’s flops are too lazy to ever become a top team.


Ralf Rangnick is concerned that Manchester United’s flops are too lazy to ever make it to the top flight.

Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has issued a warning to his players, demanding a higher work rate from them amid reports of a tumultuous dressing room.

Ralf Rangnick is concerned that his Manchester United flops are too sedentary to succeed at the highest level.

Rangnick has struggled to make an impression since taking over for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on an interim basis until the end of the season in November.

The German coach was hired based on his track record of developing high-pressing, disciplined teams.

United, on the other hand, have won just four of their last eight games in all competitions since Rangnick’s arrival.

To make matters worse, Rangnick admits that he is having difficulty uniting a splintered Old Trafford dressing room.

Rangnick is facing his first crisis since taking the job, after it was revealed that cliques have formed within the squad, with Rangnick ordering those who want to leave the club to be more professional and continue to do their jobs.

Rangnick, on the other hand, has told United that unless they are willing to adapt to his methods and increase their work rate, they will never be as successful as their rivals Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea.

“This is the only way we can compete in this league and at that level,” Rangnick said of his team’s FA Cup third-round match against Aston Villa tonight.

“When you watch games, even if it’s not the best teams, they play with intensity, physicality, energy, and sprint.”

“This is exactly what we need to do.”

We need to grow into this type of team, and it’s all about integrating it into the team in a long-term way.

“It’s our responsibility to do this.”

We must do it in collaboration with the players, and we must, of course, develop the players, identify the players who are willing and capable of doing so for each game, and deliver exactly what we discussed.”

Meanwhile, Rangnick announced that Edinson Cavani has agreed to stay at United for the remainder of the season, hailing the Uruguayan striker as a role model for the rest of the team.

Let us know if you think Rangnick can finish in the top four this season in the comments.

“I spoke with him,” he added.

He came into my office and we talked for almost half an hour, during which time he stated that he will definitely stay and that he would like to.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.


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