Man United head coach Rangnick “overhauls Man United’s dining menu” as Maguire sent on more training sessions

Man United head coach Rangnick “overhauls Man United’s dining menu” bans players from eating bacon butties

Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United’s interim head coach, is said to have overseen a massive overhaul of the team’s meal menu.

Since taking over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the 63-year-old has had a mixed bag of results, winning six, drawing four, and losing two of his 12 games in command.

Rangnick is said to be dissatisfied with the players’ fitness levels, and United’s team has been given rigorous food restrictions to follow, according to The Sun.

As reported by the Sun; “Ralf has high standards and wants to play a pressing game — but the players are not fit enough. He’s analysed all the data and identified what they need to cut out of their diets and eat more of.

“There’s no more bacon sandwiches or burgers on rest days and he’s banned boozing and ordered them all into the gym for extra sessions. [Cristiano] Ronaldo is advising and mentoring teammates on workouts and eating, and they’re all trying to follow his lead.”

The Man United head coach also ruled out burgers, fizzy drinks, and booze as part of a new fitness regime at Old Trafford.

Blood, saliva, and urine samples were taken from players like Marcus Rashford, 24, in order to formulate diet programs.

Every week, they are weighed, and they have been instructed to replace red meat with monkfish, salmon, and chicken.

After United were knocked out of the FA Cup by Middlesbrough and held to a 1-1 draw by the Premier League’s bottom club, Burnley, Rangnick, 63, has warned his players they need to get in better shape.

“He’s analysed all the data and identified what they need to cut out of their diets and eat more of.

“There’s no more bacon sandwiches or burgers on rest days and he’s banned boozing and ordered them all into the gym for extra sessions.”

The insider said: “Ralf wants to play a higher defensive line and if Harry is to feature in that, he needs to be leaner and quicker.”

Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, has also been dishing out exercise and dietary advice to his teammates.

The source said: “Ronaldo is advising and mentoring teammates on workouts and eating, and they’re all trying to follow his lead.”

Meanwhile, Harry Maguire is among those spending more time working out in a bid to rediscover his lost form.

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Manager Rangnick addresses ‘squad unrest’ with United players ‘mocking coach’ and calling his tactics “old-fashioned”

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