I believe if everyone works together we can get United to where they were, says Ralf Rangnick

Manchester United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick has insisted the English giants could be back to their glorious best if they can hit the right targets in the next summer transfer window. United will usher in a new era under current Ajax boss Erik ten Hag next season.

Manchester United sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his managerial role in November due to their shocking form since the start of the season. The English giants delayed hiring a permanent manager immediately with Ralf Rangnick appointed caretaker manager for the remainder of the season as they seek a change of fortune. However, the German manager hasn’t been able to stop United’s downfall since taking over at the club.

Erik ten Hag has been named United’s next boss ahead of the 2022-23 season, with the Dutchman set to overhaul the squad and lead a rebuild for the English giants. Rangnick will take up a consultancy role at the end of the season and will work with the Ajax boss to turn United’s fortunes around.

The German has claimed that the scope for rebuilding is not as huge as it looks and United could be on the right track with some sensible signings this summer.

“Apart from the goalkeeper where we have three great goalkeepers in Tom Heaton, Dean Henderson and David de Gea, in all other areas there will be players leaving the club. I wouldn’t emphasize special areas of the pitch – it should go through the whole team,” Rangnick told Sky Sports.

“Obviously quite a few players will leave and there is a need for high quality players. I firmly believe that if everyone works together we can get Man Utd back to where we need to be. Other clubs don’t only needed two or three transfer windows but from now on we need to bring in high quality players who really help raise the bar. If that happens I don’t think it should take too long.” , he added.

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