Michael Carrick sends message to Man Utd players with Rangnick set to be appointed as Solskjaer’s replacement

German tactician Ralf Rangnick has reportedly agreed to become Manchester United’s next boss until the end of the season.

Manchester United caretaker boss Michael Carrick has suggested the United players could adapt quickly to Rangnick’s style of intense pressing that they failed to master under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

“You can get ideas across pretty quick,” Carrick said. “I think history shows that. Sometimes it’s not just ideas, sometimes it’s just a different voice, a freshness, history proves that for whatever reason.

“Looking back at history, sometimes it works really well, sometimes not so well, that’s just a measure of life. We’ll see what happens in the days to come.

“There’s a lot of different styles in football, there’s a group of players here, so whoever comes in and whatever style is implemented I’m sure they can adapt.

“There are some really talented and really good people and human beings in the squad. I’m sure they’ll look forward to what’s ahead.”