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Two Man United Stars Who Are Likely To Be Rangnick's Main Players This Season

Manchester United fans are eager to watch how new boss Ralf Rangnick will perform after completing his deal with Manchester United. The German tactician will be in charge for his first Premier League match against Crystal Palace hoping to have a good start.

He is regarded as one of the best German managers making some incredible achievements during his time in the Bundesliga. Rangnick has a brilliant squad at Old Trafford and he will just need to get the team balance and the right tactics to have a successful season.

He has both experienced players and talented ones who are expected to have a great career. Every Manchester United fan has hope in the German international who is considered the godfather of pressing has been the trainer of successful managers as Julian Nagelsmann, Jurgen Klopp, and Thomas Tuchel who are some of the best German managers in Europe.

Ralf Rangnick has a variety of players for most of the positions at Old Trafford and some players are likely to play most of the matches this season. Manchester United has several players who are Rangnick's type of players and can lead to a successful season.

Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho are two players who are likely to thrive well under Rangnick and help the German boss win a trophy as interim Manchester United boss. He loves using high pressing players, creative and fast in most of the teams.

Sancho and Bruno are these type of players and they could turn into an unstoppable force in the Premier League. Sancho has started settling at Manchester United and Bruno Fernandes has been consistent since he was signed by the club. These stars are likely to have a successful season under the German international and they could be the guys to win a trophy for the team this season.

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