RANG THE CHANGES
Michael Carrick denied there had been any input by new interim coach Ralf Rangnick into the side he put out at Chelsea on Sunday, writes MARTIN LIPTON.
In truth, despite the surprise decision to bench Cristiano Ronaldo in favour of a front three of Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and - as a false nine - Bruno Fernandes, that seemed very much the case.
Whether the German will be able to have an immediate effect for Thursday’s game with Arsenal at Old Trafford is also unclear.
United hope to get Rangnick’s visa processed swiftly but it still means a maximum of two full training sessions ahead of the match.
But what United fans can expect is a radical change in approach - and a signal that Rangnick’s side will be much more similar to protege Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool than some of the stuff they have been served up with under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
That will probably mean the sort of aggressive high press Liverpool have used with less frequency in the past two seasons, although it is something that is still in the Anfield locker.
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