Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick is still on the test in whether he can lead the red devils as from next season. The club's board stopped looking the new manager to figure out the performance of the Germany tactician. It's now clear that the 63 year-old will be having a difficult time at Old Trafford as players are not happy with him.
Before Friday game against Middlesbrough Rangnick said that Lingard had asked for a break but in real sense he forced the three lion star to take a break. The 27 year-old has been asking for a transfer request but the club is not offering him.
Rangnick promised him playing time after Martial's departure and Greenwood situation. Manchester United players are divided and want the board to decide the next manager as soon as possible. This puts the club in the risk of not qualifying for champions league competition.
"We were one outfield player less on the teamsheet today, so why would I have allowed him to have four or five days off?“I would have loved to have had him in the squad but it was not the case and therefore, it doesn't make sense to speak about players who were not available."
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