A number of fringe players are known to be unhappy at Old Trafford.
Striker Anthony Martial has asked to leave and negotiations are continuing with Sevilla.
In addition, Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, Dean Henderson, Eric Bailly, and Juan Mata are all frustrated at their lack of game time.
Mata, Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani have contracts that run out at the end of the season.
That has contributed to a sense of unease at United, with levels of negative publicity increasing after the dismal Premier League home defeat by Wolves on 3 January.
Rangnick – brought in after the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November – says he tries to speak to players individually every two or three weeks.
However, doing so after every game is impossible and the German is calling on his squad to be professional in their reactions.
“We have a big squad,” he said. “If you have that many players and only 10 outfield players can play, and three being substitutes, then you have quite a number of players who don’t play or are not even in the squad.
Those players are unhappy about the situation. It’s obvious. It’s clear.
“We also have players with contracts expiring in the summer and maybe also one or two who want to leave even though they are under contract.
“It’s about the players dealing with that situation in a professional way. As far as I can tell so far the players have been doing that. If I realize this is not the case, I will address the players directly.”
In addition to unhappy players, Rangnick still has to convince some he is the right man to lead them.
Arsenal retain a strong interest in Fiorentina striker but deal difficult to complete this month
Arteta has said the Gunners are working hard on new arrivals and that they “are open” to making a big signing if it is financially viable.
Vlahovic came to prominence last season when he scored 21 goals in 40 appearances for Fiorentina and has continued his impressive form with 18 goals in 22 games this campaign.
Vlahovic has just 18 months remaining on his Fiorentina contract, although he has not ruled out signing a new deal with the Serie A side.
The Gunners’ pursuit of Vlahovic could be aided by their good relationship with Fiorentina. Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreria is currently on loan at the Italian club, and including him as part of a deal for the Serbia international has not been ruled out.
Fiorentina also has an option to make Torreira’s loan move permanent.
Vlahovic joined Fiorentina from Partizan Belgrade in 2018. As well as making an impression in Italy, the striker also has seven goals in 14 games for Serbia.
Vlahovic came to prominence last season when he scored 21 goals in 40 appearances for Fiorentina, and has continued his impressive form with 18 goals in 22 games this campaign.
Philippe Coutinho signs for Aston Villa on loan from Barcelona
The deal, which is subject to a medical and a work permit being granted, includes an option to buy the 29-year-old Brazil international.
Coutinho joined Barcelona in a £142m move from Liverpool in January 2018.
However, he has not had the expected impact and Barca is keen to move him on to lighten their wage bill.
Arsenal, Everton, Newcastle, and Tottenham were also linked with a move for Coutinho.
The playmaker, who has scored 26 goals in 106 appearances for the Catalans, has 18 months to run on his Nou Camp contract, which expires at the end of the 2022-23 season.
Barcelona were desperate to move on Coutinho after agreeing to a deal to sign Ferran Torres from Manchester City for £55m.
Coutinho also wanted a fresh start elsewhere and his links with Villa manager Steven Gerrard, who played alongside him at Liverpool and has remained a huge admirer even through his struggles at Barcelona, have seen off a host of Premier League clubs investigating the possibility of securing a deal.
Richard Arnold to become new chief executive for Man Utd from February 1
Richard Arnold will become Manchester United’s chief executive on February 1, taking over the running of the club from Ed Woodward, who leaves United in April.
Woodward has steered the club since 2013, spending over £1bn on transfers but failing to win the Premier League in that time
Arnold, who will succeed Woodward in running the club, has been the driving force behind numerous commercial deals since becoming United’s group managing director in 2013.
Woodward will continue to attend football board meetings until the end of the season but he will have no involvement in the day-to-day running of the club.
Arnold said: “I am honored to have the chance to serve this great club and its fans. I am determined to return that honour in any way I can.”
Woodward, who advised the Glazer family on their acquisition of United in 2005, was appointed to the club’s board of directors and named executive vice-chairman at Old Trafford in 2012 and took charge of operations following the retirement of chief executive David Gill in 2013.
United had announced in April 2021 that Woodward would be leaving at the end of last year but his time at the club is now drawing to a close.
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