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Ralf Rangnick doesn't agrees with Gary Neville's Erik ten Hag Man United claim

Ralf Rangnick doesn't agrees with Gary Neville's Erik ten Hag Man United claim

Interim manager Ralf Rangnick does not agree with Gary Neville's Erik ten Hag Manchester United claimed.

The former Reds full-back believes it could take the new United manager two years to "sort the team out" and as many as five years to end their Premier League title drought. His admission came after the German's 'open-heart surgery' revelation with a huge squad rebuild on the horizon as Ten Hag enters the fray in the summer.

Rangnick has already suggested that there is a desperate need for "quite a few" new additions in the summer. The likes of Declan Rice have been repeatedly mentioned as well as Villarreal defender Pau Torres after United reignited their interest in the Spaniard.

"Knowing Erik will be the manager, with a good recruitment process and bringing in the right players, I'm very positive the supporters and the media will be able to see a better team. At the end, hopefully, a better position in the league," he said speaking to Sky Sports.

"There are quite a few good examples in the league with when Jurgen Klopp came to Liverpool, Pep Guardiola to Manchester City, Thomas Tuchel came to Chelsea - yes, he came in the middle of the season and inherited a top-quality squad, but you still need to win the Champions League. If you know what you're looking for, the profiles of the different positions you need, it shouldn't hopefully take too long."

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