Man Utd news: Erik ten Hag lines up first signings as decision slammed by Ralf Rangnick

Erik ten Hag could bring two players from Ajax to Manchester United with him as Gary Neville slammed Ralf Rangnick’s decision to leave Marcus Rashford out of his starting XI

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Erik ten Hag has already eyed his first signings should he succeed in becoming the club’s next manager.

The Ajax boss has become the front-runner for the job after a “positive” interview with United chiefs last week, although Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino and Spain boss Luis Enrique have also been talked about for the position and remain under consideration to be pulled.

And Ten Hag could bring two players from Ajax should he succeed in becoming the next boss at Old Trafford. It comes as Gary Neville co-slammed Ralf Rangnick’s ‘incredible’ decision from Marcus Rashford during the disappointing 1-1 draw leicester City.

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Leicester Talking Points

Manchester United put on a lackluster performance as Fred saved a point in their 1-1 draw with Leicester at Old Trafford.

United were missing a cutting edge without star man Cristiano Ronaldo, who was sidelined with illness, which caused problems for Bruno Fernandes.

The Red Devils fell behind just after the hour mark when Kelechi Iheanacho bent over to head past goalkeeper David de Gea before the hosts equalized within three minutes of going behind when Fred slotted in after Kasper Schmeichel threw a quick shot from Bruno Fernandes saved.

The game, which was brimming with conversation, also left question marks over United’s top-four hopes as they desperately try to salvage something positive from their season.

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Rangnick decision slammed

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville has slammed Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick after Marcus Rashford was left on the bench for the crisis First League Draw against Leicester City.

Rangnick was there without his usual center forward option Cristiano Ronaldo but United’s interim manager opted to use it Bruno Fernandes as a makeshift centre-forward for much of the game, rather than playing Rashford in his natural position. And the decision didn’t sit well with club legend Neville, who was very critical of United’s line-up.

Neville said the decision was “pretty incredible” considering Rashford will have been training with United for the past few weeks after failing to make the national team squad ahead of the international break.

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Ten Hag makes their first signings

Ajax manager Erik ten Hag wants to bring two players to Old Trafford should he be named Manchester United’s next manager.

The Dutchman was interviewed about the vacancy at the club and could succeed Ralf Rangnick in the summer. And he is reportedly looking to bring in Brazilian winger Antony and Dutch centre-back Jurrien Timber should he get the job with the two players impressing for Ten Hag at current club Ajax.

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