Ralf Rangnick confirms five Manchester United players will miss Norwich game

Ralph Rangnick confirms that five Manchester United players will miss the Norwich match

Ralf Rangnick spoke to the press on Friday afternoon ahead of the upcoming Manchester United game.

Man United will face Norwich at Old Trafford in one of several matches at 3pm this Saturday.

Rangnick discussed a number of topics in his press book, including team news.

Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay have been missing for a few weeks, while Fred also picked up an injury in United’s loss to Everton last week.

Speaking on Friday, Rangnick confirmed that all of the aforementioned players will remain, while Shaw may miss the rest of the current season:

Elsewhere, Rangnick was asked about the small protest organized outside United’s training ground on Friday:


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Manchester United vs Norwich

Manchester United are heading to the Norwich match in sad shape.

The Red Devils have won one of their last five league games, a streak that has seen United drop to 7y in the Premier League.

And while Wolves have played one game more than United, there is a risk that Bruno Lage’s side – who are currently two points behind – could drop Manchester United out of the top seven, meaning no European football next season.

However, despite how bad United are, it is difficult to see them lose to Norwich, who have a goal difference of 43.

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