Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick is trying much as he can to bring the Old Trafford side to the levels fans demands before his six months contract run out.
After taking over from Solskjaer, the Manchester club hasn't performed to the levels fans wants and the German has opted to advises on how to line up his squad and get results that will please fans.
Rangnick has been using 4-2-2-2 formation since his arrival at Old Trafford which saw Bruno Fernandes performance drop. Rangnick was forced to change his formation to 4-3-3 and things for the Portuguese attacker changed scoring 2 goals against Aston Villa and setting 2 against Brentford.
During Solskjaer time, pundits advised him to use the Portugual International as a no. 8 and not 10 which the Norwegian boss kept on ignoring. Speaking about his performance against Brentford, Rangnick said that he believes Fernandes is a no. 8 as he is a box to box midfielder.
Manchester United fans wait to see his performance in the coming fixtures as they hope their star has regained his form.
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