With work permit yet to be handed to Manchester United's new manager, the German tactician has already hit the ground running identifying transfer targets. He is famously known for his high pressing style of football and need some reinforcements at Old Trafford.
A number of top players have already been linked with moves to Manchester United. These include,Amadou Haidara,Timo Werner and Erling Haaland. Having helped Haaland secure a move to RB Sarlzburg, Manchester United chiefs believe Rangnick can play an important role in convincing the Norwegian to move to Manchester United.
Haaland has in the past revealed that he is only interested in signing for a club with a good project. Rangnick's arrival at Old Trafford might give United an edge for securing Haaland's signature.
The United's interim manager has been reported to having a staggering bonus if he convinces Haaland to join Manchester United. Now the ball is on Rangnick's court if he wants to receive the bonus.
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