Rangnick 'has taken issue with Fletcher shouting instructions during Man Utd games and is shocked he joins in training'
21st April 2022

MANCHESTER UNITED interim manager Ralf Rangnick has reportedly "taken issue" to legend Darren Fletcher shouting instructions during games.

Technical director Fletcher, who is playing a key role in helping United's sporting director John Murtough pick the next permanent manager, has kept his matchday position on the bench.


And according to the Telegraph, interim boss Rangnick has "taken issue" to the former midfielder shouting instructions during games.

So much so that Rangnick has asked Fletcher to STOP doing so.

Fletcher has also surprised the German with his willingness to take part in training.

The former Scotland international joins in with first-team training if they're a player short.

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Rangnick's chances of landing the permanent gig are extremely low and he is expected to take up an advisory role.

He has a 41.67 per cent win percentage, which is the lowest out of any United manager since Sir Alex Ferguson's departure.

Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is supposedly the man who'll look to bring back the glory days.

The Dutchman is set to be handed £200million to make improvements to the squad.

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The likes of Declan Rice, Harry Kane and Christopher Nkunku are all being looked at.

A number of high profile departures could also take place.

Midfielder Paul Pogba is expected to leave United for FREE for the second time in his career.

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