Manchester United finally got their new manager after days of looking for work permit. New interim boss Ralf Rangnik watched from the stands as United won 3-2 in Michael Carrick's last game in charge and after the game he stepped down.
Rangnick in his first press conference talked about four things. Here let's take a look at what he said;
1.United conceded two goals yesterday and if one looks at the average goals United concede per game is two goals. He said that is too much and United have to change.
2.The club needed to have a new pathway after Sir Alex Ferguson's successful spell but also stick with the DNA of the club in signing new players.
3.He tried to convince Carrick to stay but carrick declined and in the end, he accepted Carrick's decision to leave.
4.He is not thinking about transfers now, maybe after Christmas. He also said winter is not the time for sustainable transfers in his experience.
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