Good morning Man Utd fans
Ralf Rangnick’s side played out a 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Marcos Alonso handed Chelsea the lead with a striker’s finish.
But Cristiano Ronaldo equalised minutes later to share the points.
A deflated Gary Neville didn’t hold back in his assessment.
Neville blasted: “Man United are the type of team for any football fan watching that you almost want to get beat.
“They need beating, they set a really poor example around work ethic and trying – and all the things that parents and teachers tell their children every single day.”
Fans protested against the Glazer family during their crunch clash with Chelsea.
Die-hard United supporters were pictured holding banners reading “Glazers Out” before kick-off at Old Trafford.
On the transfer front, Arsenal have registered their interest in United star Marcus Rashford, reports suggest.
That is according to Football Insider, who claim that the Gunners have set aside £45million to boost their attack and are looking to splash it all on Rashford in the summer transfer window.
And finally, Rangnick has been offered the job as manager of the Austrian national team.
But SunSport understands the 63-year-old would still continue in his advisory position at Manchester United when Erik ten Hag takes over as boss.
Austrian outlet Kurier claim Rangnick is close to being named as the new head coach.