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Fred asks Ralf Rangnick after “difficult” Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to get out

Manchester United continued their unbeaten run in the Premier League with a 4-2 win over Leeds on Sunday, marking the progress Ralf Rangnick is making with the team.

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Ralf Rangnick evaluates Leeds to win

Manchester United midfielder Fred has hinted he is happy working under Ralf Rangnick despite a replacement for Germany coming in the summer.

Fred came on from the bench to score his third goal of the season against Leeds last weekend.

The Reds took a two-goal lead against Marcelo Bielsa’s side when the Brazilian came into the fray in the 67th minute, but three minutes later he unleashed a dangerous shot from close range to put the home side ahead. take the lead.

United won the match 4-2 and climbed Champions League point above West Ham.






Fred came on from the bench to put United back in the lead

Speaking after the win, Fred told ESPN Brasil: “We’re growing, we’re working. Rangnick is a great coach.

“It is also very difficult to change coaches there in the middle of the season. But we’re a good fit, we’re working to understand his work. We are much better at this.

“And we are trying to win every game. So this is important to us. Today was a great win, Wednesday we have a big game [vs Atletico Madrid] and we have to focus.

“And like I said, it’s keeping your head straight, step by step, that we’re going to end the season in the best possible position.”

Rangnick’s arrival has seen the team improve since the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaerwho was sacked following United’s poor start to the season.

Fred has been a regular starter under Solskjaer but has often struggled alongside Scott McTominay in the center of the park, with criticism repeatedly directed at the former Shakhtar Donetsk star.

However, despite Sunday’s win, there is a sense that the former RB Leipzig coach has yet to reach the full potential of his players, and there have been reports over the past few months of conflicts in the room. dressing between players and between squads and staff.

But those broken bridges could be mended as United are starting to build some momentum.

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Ralf Rangnick will be pleased with how his side reacted to taking a two-goal lead

They are undefeated in the tournament since their 3rd January loss Wolf and won the last two matches against Leeds and Brighton.

Rio Ferdinand has suggested that recent consecutive wins are down to the fine form of Jadon Sancho, who is starting to show signs of the player that has brought him a £73million price tag.

The England international registered two assists at the weekend and is improving with each performance, giving himself every World Cup starting opportunity for the Three Lions.

Speaking on his Vibe with Five Podcasts, Ferdinand said: “For someone like Sancho who is always looking for a bit of form and consistency, the reality is Mason Greenwood is gone and Martial is no more.







Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho celebrate together after their ex’s goal in the win over Leeds
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“There’s no big threat that ‘I might not play next week’ or that he gets a chance to play against someone else.

“He could have been told behind the scenes, I would argue he could have been told, you’re going to play now, you’re going to start every game.

“Make it your own shirt, confidence is lifted and goes from looking over his shoulder to nothing. I’m here to compete is a big difference. I think that’s why we’re seeing what we’re seeing from Sancho right now. ”

It remains to be seen whether the Reds will continue to show up under Rangnick and if the manager will force the powers above to rethink whether they need a long-term successor in the summer.

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