"I wrongly questioned the professionalism of my players"


Ralf Rannick has denied statements that it compiled a dossier on M’s workforceManchester United for Erik ten Hag where he would question the professionalism of his players: “That is completely false.”

Rangnick has been caretaker manager since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired in November, but will be replaced by Ten Hag, the Ajax manager, this summer. The German has struggled to reclaim United’s fortune: they were eliminated in the Champions League round of 16 by Atletico Madrid and are on the verge of two wins in eight Premier League games that seem to have dashed their hopes of finishing in the top four.

Rangnick will take on a consulting role at Old Trafford from the summer, but when asked to comment on reports he had allegedly prepared for Ten Hag about the team he would inherit, the German told Sky Sports: “It’s completely untrue, completely untrue. Wrong.” false. The board never asked me to prepare a dossier, neither for the board nor for Erik. “

Regular communication with management

And he continued: “I also haven’t said anything to anyone who criticizes the players’ attitude of being unprofessional or selfish. It’s not true, I will always protect my players. They have never caused problems with being unprofessional or selfish. ” “I regularly talk to the board exchanging impressions on the current situation. For me, it’s important, together with Erik and the scouting department, to come up with a new team, a new group of high-quality players that includes Erik.his body coach, he will build and take this club to the level where fans want to see Manchester United.

Source: La Verdad


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