After the thunders of the last weeks, the mood around Manchester United will become serious. Focusing: Ralf Rangnick, who should actually bring the Red Devils back into the lane. But the English record champion is currently on five of the table even on the Champions League participation. And criticism from the ranks of the club icons becomes loud. At the top: Paul Scholes.

After the residue on leader and defending champion Manchester City has grown since the release of predecessors Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from twelve to currently 23 points, Ralf Rangnick is all the more in the crossfire. But the people who have had a side bolt too.

“Do not understand me wrong, I like the man, he comes over, but he lacks the coaching experience in the last five, six years,” the longtime United Profi Paul Scholes now put his finger in the “BT Ralf Rangnick” Wound and made rangnick jointly responsible for the weak season.

Scholes recommends Manchester United Ralph Hasenhüttl

“It’s Manchester United. You should have the best of all the best and do not commit a Ralf Rangnicks director as a coach. He has trained a team for only two years of the last ten years,” said Scholes in all clarity.

Around the club seems to be clear that Rangnick’s time is definitely ending in summer. The German was “only” scheduled “only” as a transition candidate, but in the case of very good cutting hopes, should have made a further employment as a coach. But the 63-year-old simply lacks the matching results.

Most recently, there was only 1: 1 in Burnley and a 1: 1 against Southampton. With the latter opponent since the end of 2018 Ralph Hasenhüttl is at the sideline. The former coach of RB Leipzig is a candidate for Scholes for the Rangnoon Succession at the Red Devils.

“The fans of this club think more about Pochettino or Antonio Conte, so at coach who worked for larger clubs, but the more I think about it, the more I believe it would not be a bad thing. The way he would like His work makes, looks good, “emphasized the club legend.

Mauricio Pochettino (Paris Saint-Germain), Erik Ten Haag (Ajax Amsterdam) and Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City) were traded in Manchester.