Manchester United’s top four hopes are unrealistic, says Rangnik

Manchester United vs Chelsea: Ralph Rangnik said on Wednesday that Manchester United must face reality because their hopes of a top four have disappeared.
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Harry Maguire and Jadon Sancho have joined the Red Devils’ long list of absentees for Thursday’s restructured Premier League clash with Thomas Tuchel’s team.

Manchester United v Chelsea: Manchester United manager Ralph Rangnik has reduced the top four chances before the clash with Chelsea, claiming ‘hopes are unrealistic’.

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United are returning to Old Trafford after suffering successive defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal, ending their slim hopes of reaching the Champions League next season.

“I don’t think it makes sense to talk and speculate about the Champions League now.” Ranginik, United’s interim manager, told a news conference.

“We have to be realistic.

“Even though we can win four matches, it is not in our hands yet. But what we have in our own hands is the way we play, the level of performance.

“It’s important to end this season on the best possible note, even for next season.”

The German, who is set to play an advisory role in the director’s hot seat with current Ajax boss Eric Ten Hague at Old Trafford, said United would be an attractive destination for players despite their absence in the Champions League.

“The renewal of Bruno’s (Fernandez) contract shows that it is still possible – this club is an attractive club and with a new manager (Eric Ten Hague),” He said.

Manchester United v Chelsea: Manchester United manager Ralph Rangnik has reduced the top four chances before the clash with Chelsea, claiming ‘hopes are unrealistic’.

“With a new approach, a new manager and the way he wants to play, it’s still a very interesting club.

“I look forward to helping Eric and the club and everyone in the club get the best and change the whole system again next season so that Manchester United can be a top club again.”

Like midfielders Fred, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani and Luke Shaw are missing due to negative reactions after returning to practice.

A skepticism for the Aaron One-Bisca match, which will also be missed by captain Maguire and Sancho.

Injury problems mean Ranganik will lean towards United’s youth system.

Hannibal Maysbury, 19, of Liverpool, and 17-year-old Alejandro Garnacho are on the bench recently, while Alvaro Fernandez, 19, is pushing for another to be involved.

Manchester United v Chelsea: Manchester United manager Ralph Rangnik has reduced the top four chances before the clash with Chelsea, claiming ‘hopes are unrealistic’.

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