With Manchester United leaving much to be desired under Ralf Rangnick, Mirror Football takes a look at some of the latest transfer rumors surrounding the Red Devils
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From Manchester United Victory over Brentford did little to relieve growing suspicion of Ralf Rangnick and his methods.
However, the question is still being asked, when the Bees brought the game to United and probably should have entered the first half with a sizable lead.
And with United’s performance still unconvincing, Mirror Football Consider players that can be sold or bought to help improve their performance.
Van de Beek exit blocked
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Manchester United are said to be reluctant to let Donny van de Beek leave, as they ‘do not necessarily see the need’ to loan the player.
The Dutchman’s fortunes haven’t improved under Rangnick, as he’s only played seven games Premier League minutes since the German manager took over.
His lack of appearances and no chance since his arrival from Ajax for £35m in the summer of 2019 has been well documented, and has subsequently led to numerous stories linking him to leaving Old Trafford.
However, the report from the Dutch store Algemeen Dagblad believes United will not loan the midfielder, as they are not “necessarily loaning him”.
Despite playing short of minutes, United believed he was a good player for a team with exemplary professionalism and attitude.
The potential deal with Martial is ‘complicated’
Anthony Martial remains Sevilla’s ‘first choice’ to strengthen their forward line, despite the La Liga giants recognizing the difficulty of signing the Frenchman.
Martial’s future has been questioned after Rangnick claimed he left him out of the United squad to face Aston Villa because he “didn’t want to be in the team”.
While the Frenchman firmly denies Rangnick’s claims, Martial’s future remains in doubt, having fallen behind the likes of Jadon Sancho, Elanga, Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, and Mason Greenwood in pecking order.
But despite Martial’s apparent low ranking among Rangnick’s attacking options, Sevilla are still struggling to agree a loan to the Frenchman, according to the Spanish newspaper. Marca.
United are said to be asking Julen Lopetegui’s side to pay a loan fee and his full salary during the loan period.
To make matters more difficult for the Spanish giants, Martial is also said to have been linked with another move to Juventus.
Rangnick’s good relationship with Rudiger
Rangnick’s positive relationship with Antonio Rudiger’s agent could help trigger a move for Chelsea guard.
The German defender is now free to pre-contract with potential clubs, as his contract expires at the end of the season.
However, other reports from Marca understands that Rangnick’s understanding with his agent Sehr Senesie could help facilitate the defender’s stunning move.
While Rudiger will be on a free transfer if he doesn’t agree a new deal with Chelsea, the former Roma defender’s salary, believed to be around £46m over four years, would make him a move. expensive.
TalkSPORT transfer insider Alex Crook insists Rudiger will not stay at Chelsea, no matter how much they are willing to pay him.