Ralf Rangnick wants a complete squad change for Manchester United this summer. News


Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick is planning a complete squad change this summer.

In an interview with SkySports, Rangnick stressed the importance of the team’s development in relation to the way the new manager wants to play football.

Rangnick made it clear from day one that any player United bought must fit well with the manager’s ethos.

For example, Sadio Mane would not be suitable for a team like Manchester City whose entire game is ball possession.

However, he fits perfectly with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

In the same way, Rangnick first wants to know how the new manager wants his team to play and United can then start planning accordingly.

According to him, many areas of the pitch are missing from the squad.

He said, “It is not enough to bring in three or four new players.”

“There will be more, considering how many players won’t be here anymore [out of contract]”.

“Apart from the goalkeepers, we need to improve the squad in all areas.”

“Obviously, it’s important to know who the new manager will be, because starting the recruiting process, finding the best possible players only makes sense if you know who the manager will be and how they want to play.”

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