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Ralf Rangnick dossier complaints about four Man Utd players to hand to Erik ten Hag

Ralf Rangnick dossier complaints about four Man Utd players to hand to the new permanent united manager, Erik ten Hag.

MANCHESTER UNITED has had a disastrous season since Ralf Rangnick took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

According to reports, Ralf Rangnick has grievances against four Manchester United players ahead of the Erik ten Hag era.

Arsenal defeated Manchester United 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, bringing the Red Devils’ season to a new low.

And, certainly, a major summer of change can’t come fast enough.

The start of the Ten Hag era at Manchester United has been confirmed, with the Dutchman taking charge at Old Trafford this summer.

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Ralf Rangnick dossier complaints

The Mirror says Rangnick is preparing a dossier to present to his successor at the end of the campaign.

Chiefs John Murtough and Richard Arnold are said to have requested the 63-year-old to make sure his successor is well-informed when he takes over.

And four players in particular are likely to be chastised more harshly than the other players at the German’s disposal.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, and Phil Jones are reportedly ‘not favored’ by Rangnick.

Wan-Bissaka has regressed this season, falling behind Diogo Dalot in the club’s pecking order.

And, despite joining from Villarreal and Blackburn in 2016 and 2011, respectively, Bailly and Jones have never lived up to their full potential.

Furthermore, Rangnick has complaints over Victor Lindelof as well.

The Sweden international started against Arsenal but endured a troublesome day at the office, with Eddie Nketiah exploiting his lack of pace.

Rangnick feels the former Benfica star’s decisiveness and positioning leave plenty to be desired.

And he also thinks club captain Harry Maguire, who was benched for the showdown at the Emirates, has been made a scapegoat for their dire campaign.

Now, Ten Hag will address each and every player he inherits.

And who he keeps, and who he chooses to show the door, is something only time will tell.

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