Former United player and Derby County boss, Wayne Rooney has sent a message to the newly appointed Manchester United interim boss.
The English football manager while speaking Speaking to the media at a Derby County press conference, said: “Ralf Rangnick is obviously very highly respected in the game, and I think he’s got a tough job to come in to.
“I don’t mean in terms of his ability, in terms of to come in for six months and stamp his way of playing and his pressing if you like, and how he likes to work.
“But he’s very experienced, I’m sure he’ll adapt to the players he’s got and bring some stability back to the team, but also with the view of looking to try and win trophies.
“That Manchester United team are more than capable of winning trophies this season, and I think they’ve made the right appointment to give themselves the best chance.”
Manchester United board has officially announced the appointment of Rangnick as an interim manager until the end of the season following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal.
However, the German football manager is yet to resume work due to work permit issues, leaving caretakes boss, Michael Carrick yet in charge till further notice.
The Red Devils are currently 8th in the Premier League table and have already qualified for the Champions League Round of 16.