Good morning Man Utd fans
Ralf Rangnick has admitted that a season out of Europe could help new boss Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United rebuild.
Rangnick said: “It could be an advantage but that does not mean we will give away any of the remaining four games. For us it’s clear and our obligation.
“This is our job, my job, the job of the players that we try to get the best possible results and then see at the end of the season in which position we will finish.
“Now to speak about if that would be an advantage or not does not make sense because if I did that then this would be interpreted again.
“For me it’s important we get results, that we play as good as we possibly can, because this will also affect the atmosphere and mood for the new season.”
The German also believes that the captaincy should be put to a player vote.
Harry Maguire’s leadership has come under fire this season, as has his form on the pitch.
Wolves are ‘resigned to losing’ star man Ruben Neves.
The news comes as a boost to both Manchester United and Arsenal, who have expressed an interest in the midfielder.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Wolves are sounding out potential replacements for the 25-year-old.
And finally, United will face competition from Borussia Dortmund in pursuit of Sebastien Haller.
SunSport revealed how incoming Man United boss Erik ten Hag fancies bringing the Ivory Coast striker with him from Ajax in the summer as his first signing.
Dortmund are braced to lose striker Erling Haaland in the summer with Manchester City a possible destination.
And Haller is being viewed as a possible replacement for the brilliant Norwegian, albeit a cut-price one.