- Two Manchester United players were allegedly involved in a brawl at the training facility, forcing interim manager Ralf Rangnick to call the session off early
- United are set to finish with their lowest points tally in their Premier League history after a disappointing campaign
- Manchester United missed out on qualifying for next season’s UEFA Champions League and are guaranteed to end the season without a trophy
All seem not to be well at Manchester United following the Red Devils’ disastrous campaign this season in all competitions.
With just two games left for Man United this season, players are already beginning to lose their cool and are already having a go at each other.
According to a report via the Daily Mirror, two Manchester United senior players were allegedly involved in a training-ground bust-up that forced interim manager Ralf Rangnick to end their session early.
Ralf Rangnick had given the players 4 days off following the Red Devils’ 4-0 defeat at Brighton last weekend but that gesture seemed not to have had any effect on the senior players.
Manchester United are certain to finish the 2021/22 season without a trophy as they continue their wait to end their trophy drought since they won the Europa League in 2017.
Erik ten Hag admits reviving Man United is a major challenge
Meanwhile, Erik Ten Hag knows how enormous a challenge it will be to get Manchester United back to its glory days after the Red Devils appointed the Dutch manager to turn around their fortunes.
According to the Metro, the 52-year-old manager admitted that reviving the fortunes of Premier League giants will be a major challenge in his career.
Erik ten Hag will be hoping to end Manchester United’s five-year wait for a trophy when he takes over from Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
Ralf Rangnick set to miss out on huge bonus
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Ralf Rangnick missed out on an enormous bonus following Manchester United’s failure to qualify for the Champions League.
The Red Devils’ fate was sealed after a lowly defeat against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday, May 7, and the focus will now shift to either the Europa League or the third-tier Europa Conference League.
Rangnick was promised a staggering £1million bonus’ if he somehow managed to steer the club to a Champions League place finish.