Pundit issues Man United transfer claim after 'noises about four players' ahead of January
Ralf Rangnick will not suffer fools gladly at Man United and will move on any underperforming player irrespective of their name.
That is the view of former Spurs and England number one Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the 63-year-old’s comments after the 1-0 win at Norwich City.
Speaking to Sky Sports (11 December), Rangnick said not all of his players were “physically present” at Carrow Road.
Jadon Sancho contributed no tackles or interceptions and failed to win an aerial duel before being replaced by Mason Greenwood after 66 minutes. (WhoScored)
Robinson suggested as many as four players want out of Old Trafford in the winter window.
“I think Rangnick has got a reputation similar to Antonio Conte,” he told Football Insider‘s Dylan Childs.
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“You have got to have a ruthless streak to be a top manager. No matter what your name is, if you are not putting the work rate and effort in, a manager like that will move you on.
“I was reading this morning there are noises about three or four players wanting out in January. There is talk about them moving on.
“Rangnick plays a certain way and puts his demands on players and some are simply not going to like it.
“Rangnick has been brought in to do a job. He is going to do it his way. If he is going to fail, he is going to fail doing it his way.”