Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick revealed that he will shift focus to recruitment when he takes up his new role from next season. He revealed that his focus will be to recruit young players such as Erling Haaland. United is on the brink of failing to qualify for the Champions League and set the lowest points total of the club in the Premier League era.

“For me, the most important bit is recruitment now. This is, for me, the most vital point, that we bring in the best possible players and speak about that, who could that be. It’s not only identifying those players but meeting them, convincing them to join this club, even though we will not be playing in the Champions League,” Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick said. “This is what I see as the most important bit. Again, also, with regard to top talented players for the academy, identifying that kind of players. Haaland is a young player. He’s 21 or 22. This is one of those players I spoke about. But, on the other hand, he has developed in the last two years into one of probably the most expensive strikers in the world.”

“I would like to (play them) but it’s also about getting the best possible result and the best possible performance,” he added. “It’s not about making any gifts to players. Juan Mata played the last 15 minutes, and Nema almost the whole game, so it’s not about saying farewell to the supporters. If that is possible I would do that or I would like to do that, but it’s also about getting the best possible result. Hopefully, they can get hold of that inflammation, and then hopefully if the tonsils have to be taken out and removed this can happen at the end of the season.”

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