Amid reports of dressing room unrest at Manchester United, it appears the players are ‘underwhelmed’ with the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as our interim manager.
This is according to ESPN, who also claim that one player had to Google who the German was after the club made the official announcement.
The report adds that the players don’t believe Rangnick has made a decent-enough impact since replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last November.
United lost under Rangnick for the first in the 1-0 defeat to Wolves on Monday, leading to widespread criticism from fans.
Sources within the club have also indicated that the team isn’t happy about Ralf’s intense training methods, which require many of them to ‘drive home at 5 pm’.
United are currently seventh in the Premier League standings and Ralf will need a miracle to turn things around with a disgruntled dressing room.