Man United secured a draw yesterday at the Stamford Bridge with interim manager Michael Carrick being at the helm. The Red Devils opened the scoring through youngster Jadon Sancho in a beautiful counter-attack play won from Jorginho's loose ball. Jorginho equalised for the Thomas Tuchel side after converting from the spot.
The Red Devils are expecting Ralf Rangnick to manage them anytime from now as the paperwork have been completed for him to join the Old Trafford faithfuls. Rangnick will jet in for duty in England after completion of work permit documents. His arrival has been tipped to be a success following his gegenpressing style of play which could suit the star-studded club.
Rangnick is also quite a disciplinarian and his controversial stance on players having tattoos has emerged. He believes players with a lot if ink in their bodies are not "team players". This could land a couple of Man United stars in trouble with a list of them emerging. They include; Bruno, Rashford, Sancho, Lindelof, Jones, Alex Telles, Lingard and Wan Bissaka.
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