Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has retaliated against ‘unhappy’ players who have caused unrest in the dressing room.

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Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has retaliated against ‘unhappy’ players who have caused problems in the dressing room.

Ahead of Monday’s FA Cup tie with Aston Villa, RALF RANGNICK spoke to the media.

Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has urged the club’s ‘clearly unhappy’ players to resolve their issues before causing disruption in the dressing room.

The German claims that other teams, as well as the Red Devils, have issues with English football, which he has to deal with on a regular basis.

On Monday, at Old Trafford, spirits were low after Wolves won a convincing 1-0 victory.

After the final whistle, Luke Shaw gave a somber account of the game, claiming that United did not feel like a unit on the field.

Since his November appointment, Ralf Rangnick has been unable to inspire a dramatic turnaround, with players still grappling with his concepts.

The Red Devils will look to get back on track against Aston Villa in the FA Cup third round on Monday evening.

Tottenham director Fabio Paratici is in talks with Wolves about a £20 million deal for Adama Traore.

Rangnick has urged United’s disgruntled stars to deal with the situation professionally for the sake of unity.

“When you have a large squad and only 10 players can play and three can be substituted, you have a lot of players who don’t play and don’t make the squad,” he explained.

“Those players are clearly unhappy.

It’s up to the players to handle the situation with professionalism.

“This isn’t just a problem for Manchester United.

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“When you have a big squad, we had most of the players available in the last two games.”

“Against Wolves, we were down three centre-backs.

With the exception of Paul Pogba, we had most of the players available.

“Those players are clearly unhappy with the situation.

“I usually explain to players why they aren’t playing every two or three weeks, and this is a problem in our team and other clubs.”

United appear to be open to bringing in surplus players in January, with a number of players linked with departures.

They include Anthony Martial, but according to reports, the club has rejected him.

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