Latest football news now: Manchester United players are unhappy with Rangnick’s training regime

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Latest football news now: Manchester United players are reportedly unhappy with Ralf Rangnick’s new training regime and the feeling inside the dressing room is doom and gloom as per the report in the English outlet Daily Mail

Following a flurry of bad results under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Red Devils hierarchy decided to dismiss the Norwegian and appointed the 63-year-old to steady the ship until the end of this season. 

According to the report, the feeling in the dressing room is very low and the players are struggling to adapt to the German boss’ late training routine as the players had to leave the training ground at 5 pm on Tuesday after the sunset. 

The report further claims that the harmony inside the dressing room is not good and upgrading the canteen with six four-seater booths didn’t help this situation either. 

Meanwhile, Gary Neville has raised the question about United’s spirit, after the Newcastle United game. He said:

“Something isn’t right in there. There is definitely whingeing going on. They are all at each other. The spirit of a dressing room is really important and I don’t think they’re all with each other at the moment.” 

Latest football news now: Will Manchester United achieve their objectives under Ralf Rangnick this season? 

Latest football news now: Manchester United have started very disappointingly under the new interim manager Ralf Rangnick. Although they accumulated seven points out of a possible nine in the Premier League under the German tactician, the performances haven’t been anywhere near up to the mark. 

The 63-year-old likes to play with high intensity and proactive style of football but most of the Red Devils’ current players have never played in that type of system in their playing career. So, this will be a huge challenge for the former Leipzig manager to implement his philosophy, given he has been appointed for the interim role until the end of this season. 

On the other hand, the German boss has previously worked with young talents in his managerial tenure in Germany and never managed a dressing room full of stars and egos. So, it will be interesting to see how the 63-year-old will adjust at the Old Trafford stadium. 

Meanwhile, Manchester United will welcome Burnley in their next game on Thursday night and will be looking to get back to winning ways after a lacklustre performance against Newcastle United. The Red Devils will have to win in this encounter in order to close the gap with Arsenal for the top four race. 

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