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Former Manchester United manager advises this player to stay away from them

By Harry Smith

Former Manchester United manager advises this player to stay away from them

The newly appointed Austria manager wants his player to make a good decision

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Manchester United is on the lookout for a new striker while Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains unclear and Anthony Martial is out with a hamstring injury for an indefinite period of time. With only three weeks left of the transfer market, the club added Saša Kalajdzić to their short-list for the forward position after the Arnautović deal collapsed.

The Stuttgart footballer is looking for a new challenge in his career and has been linked with the Red Devils and other Premier League clubs. Today, Sky Germany reported that the former Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has advised Kalajdzić to stay at his club despite interest from his former employer.

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Before getting angry with Rangnick, let’s remember that he is now the Austria national team manager and only wants his players at his disposal to make good decisions in their careers so they can be in good form and be eligible. He knows that Cristiano Ronaldo will always start ahead of him if he is fit. Also, Martial is also a player in that position, so he wouldn’t have his place secured.

In the meantime, the club is looking for other options in the market. One of them is Cody Gakpo, who is very of the liking of ten Hag. He was named Dutch Player of the Year last campaign after leading PSV Eindhoven to the Dutch cup tittle, after scoring 21 goals and handing out 15 assists. He can play in both wings and as a centre-forward.

The Rangnick era

Last season, right after Manchester United sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Ralf Rangnick was appointed as interim manager for the remaining months of the season. He would also be named sporting director with the arrival of Erik ten Hag as coach. However, he eventually quit and joined Austria as manager, where he is currently working.


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