Interim Manchester United manager Ralph Rangnick has been told his jurisdiction may be greater than expected after the club’s footballing knowledge came under heavy attack.
The German, 63, will succeed Michael Carrick as interim manager of Manchester United. Carrick will lead the team for the last time against Arsenal on Thursday night after a work permit was issued which temporarily delayed Rangnick’s arrival.
However, Rangnick’s appointment was met with cautious optimism. His style of pressuring all the action will likely get rid of those on the current team who have been disciplined for their perceived lack of effort.
But after his administrative assignment is over and a permanent person takes his place, Rangnick will move upstairs to work as a consultant.
That’s where Rangnick’s biggest impact can be while helping to oversee the club’s direction moving forward.
Ed Woodward, John Murtaugh and Darren Fletcher are currently among those making the football decisions at the club. Woodward is expected to step down as vice president at the end of 2021 Reports indicated that he could remain on the books as a consultant.
Rangnick must make changes in bulk – Ince
Now, former United title-winner Paul Ince has messed up the Manchester United hierarchy. through the mirrorInce claimed Rangnick would have to “change the entire philosophy of the club”.
Furthermore, he stated that United require “a change from top to bottom” and cast a shadow over the footballing knowledge of the decision makers.
“He’s going to have to change the whole philosophy of the club,” Ince said of Rangnick. “Man United’s executive team, they don’t know anything about football.
“Glazer bought the club only for profit, and it had nothing to do with football.
“There was no one like Martin Edwards or David Gill; the footballers at the club. United needed a restructuring.
“Everything needs to change from top to bottom. There is no model at United.
“Ralph needs to create a model that will make Manchester United successful.”
The appearance of the first victim in the era of Rangnick
Meanwhile, Manchester United are preparing for the departure of Edinson Cavani in January – with the striker reportedly making clear which club he wants to sign for during the winter window.
according to timesThe Uruguay striker informed United of his desire to leave in January. After seeing his playing time limited due to the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, Cavani is said to have made his decision.
His contract at Old Trafford is set to expire anyway, so his exit would not be surprising.
times Writes: Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani wants to join Barcelona next summer.
The Uruguayan striker holds the ambition of playing for Barcelona before the end of his career. He believes he can continue to play at the highest level for two more seasons. As such, United would not stand in his way if Barcelona made a concrete proposal to sign him.
However, their well-documented financial condition means that they do not have huge sums to spend. Instead, they would prefer to sign the 34-year-old over a free transfer at the end of the season.
Barcelona, it seems, is in the market for a new striker. summer signature Sergio Aguero will reportedly have to retire due to a heart condition, although there is no official confirmation of this.