Ralf Rangnick picked out three Man Utd ‘mood killers’ and now two of them have left Old Trafford in transfer exits


MANCHESTER UNITED have got rid of two out of three “mood killers” Ralf Rangnick identified last year.

The German manager oversaw a turbulent spell in United’s recent history and tried to make big changes at the club.

Ralf Rangnick identified Anthony Martial as a problem player


Ralf Rangnick identified Anthony Martial as a problem playerCredit: PA
The former boss also claimed Cavani and Pogba were


The former boss also claimed Cavani and Pogba were “mood killers”Credit: EPA

He did not hold back in listing what needed to improve, including calling for as many as ten new signings.

Rangnick also picked out three players who caused problems behind the scenes and worsened squad morale in an interview with Bild.

Of the trio, Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba have since left the club, but Antony Martial remains after a short loan spell at Sevilla last season.

Martial was welcomed back into the squad by Erik ten Hag but he recently lost his place in the side following the arrival of Wout Weghorst this month.

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The Dutchman has worked wonders with the Red Devils and also come up with creative ways to boost squad morale.

After the game against Crystal Palace this month the United squad reportedly arrived back in Manchester at 1.30am with the temperature at -3C.

But Ten Hag and United employees thought up a sweet way to cheer up the team… handing every player some de-icer to clear their frozen car windscreens quickly.

The de-icer supposedly saved the players ten minutes and it was a boost “when you’re freezing, tired and just want your bed.”


Bruno Fernandes also claimed Ten Hag joining in on a team punishment following the embarrassing 4-0 defeat to Brentford was a turning point in their season.

The team was made to run a gruelling 13.8km in boiling temperatures, but Ten Hag’s participation made the squad feel they were all in it together.



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