Three Man Utd players have been labeled “mood killers” with reports suggesting the interim manager wants to sell three players.
Ralf Rangnick, the temporary manager of Manchester United, is facing a new task at Old Trafford, with allegations that he wants to sell three “mood killers” from his squad.
The revelation comes as interim manager Ralf Rangnick faces his latest challenge at Old Trafford, with players criticizing his tactics.
Rangnick has been sending his players away from their Carrington training base with homework to study, and they aren’t happy.
It has been alleged that Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, and Edinson Cavani are ‘destroying the mood’ in the United camp.
With less than a week left in the January transfer window, interim manager Ralf Rangnick has decided to review the futures of all three players.
United “mood killers”
Both Cavani and Pogba are out of contract at the end of the season, so they appear to be on the verge of leaving.
Anthony Martial has been linked with a loan transfer away from Old Trafford this month, with Newcastle, Juventus, and Sevilla all interested in signing the Frenchman.
The three is said to be having an effect on their teammates.
Since his arrival at Manchester United, Ralf Rangnick has had a lot to cope with.
The German coach has been tasked with improving the club’s poor Premier League form, establishing a distinct style of play, and bringing the best out of a number of underperforming players – all while unifying a split dressing room this season.
Rangnick is known for his careful attention to detail and analytical approach, and his most recent attempts have seen him send United players home from training with video analysis of their performances to review.
The players are said to be concerned about the increased effort their employer has imposed on them.