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Man United CONFIRM Transfer Fee For Rangnick Ahead Of January Window (DETAILS)

Ralf Rangnick is set to get a hefty sum of money to enable him make signings when the January transfer window opens, MySportDab reports.

The Manchester United club are looking to add some more players as they look to reinforce their team despite the huge amount spent during the summer window.

Ralf Rangnick already have some names drawn up in his list which includes Chelsea forward Timo Werner who is looking for an exit.

Manchester United incoming boss will have the chance to bring in some players who he feels can get the job done for him in his short stay.

Things could be looking good for the Red Devils work their new interim manager set to take over from Michael Carrick.

Manchester United will give new boss Ralf Rangnick a hefty transfer kitty of £100 million to spend in January, according to reports coming from the Daily Star.

It is claimed that the Red Devils hierarchy, who already spent big in the summer, trust their new manager to make smart acquisitions that will turn around their season.

RB Leipzig midfielders Amadou Haidara and Christopher Nkunku are said to be among the players that could be of interest to the German who also can lure them to England.

Chelsea forward Timo Werner also makes that list of possible transfer for the January window which could look impossible as Thomas Tuchel won’t be letting him leave.

Other names are also on the list with Manchester United still looking for Paul Pogba replacement as he could be leaving the club end of the season as a free agent.

Ralf Rangnick

More players are said to be making their way out when the January window opens despite Ralf Rangnick taking over as their new manager until end of the season.

Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek are amongst those names as they both need regular playing time which wont be likely to happen if they remain at Old Trafford.

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