Panic at Old Trafford as Ralf Rangnick Names 3 Man United Stars He Wants Sold
- Ralf Rangnick has discussed with the Man United board about his intention to trim the club's squad
- Reports suggest the German tactician is keen to have the trio of Cavani, Pogba, and Martial offloaded as they are "mood killers"
- Both Cavani and Martial have been deprived of game time under Rangnick, with Pogba yet to feature under the interim boss
Man United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has reportedly requested the club's board to consider selling three stars this January.
Rangnick has had a mixed start to life in the Premier League since his arrival, with the German keen to help the Red Devils finish in the top four this season.
However, Metro UK reports there are issues swirling around at Old Trafford, with a number of players said to be unhappy with the lack of playing time under Rangnick.
It is believed the players have now set their sights on departing United during the ongoing winter transfer window.
According to SportBild, Anthony Martial is the player who appears to be the most desperate to exit and is among two others who Rangnick would happily sell.
The other two include Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba, whose deals with United set to expire in the summer.
Pogba, Cavani, and Martial have been described as "mood killers" and Rangnick is now pushing to have them sold this month.
Pogba, meanwhile, is yet to feature under Rangnick, with the Frenchman currently sidelined with an injury he picked during international duty with France.
On their part, Martial and Cavani have been deprived of game time, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Mason Greenwood, and Marcus Rashford preferred in attract.
However, the two were afforded minutes under their belts during United's meeting with West Ham on Saturday, January 22, at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils won the match 1-0, with Rashford scoring the all-important goal at the death.
Man United stun West Ham
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Manchester United bagged a last-minute winner with virtually the last kick of the game to move to the top four at the expense of West Ham on Saturday, January 22.
It was Marcus Rashford who came up with the goods in the dying seconds just when it looked like West Ham were on their way to a draw at Old Trafford.
The England forward tapped in from close range from an Edinson Cavani cross to give his side the lead with 26 seconds left on the clock.
Source: Sports Brief News