Actually nothing’ – Klopp speaks on changes he has observed in Man United under Rangnick


Liverpool head coach, Jurgen Klopp, has spoken on the changes he has observed in Manchester United under their interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, so far this season.

Klopp, who said he had nothing to say about Man United, claimed Rangnick has tried to organize the Red Devils team by bringing in a structure to the squad he has at Old Trafford.

He spoke on Monday during his pre-match press conference ahead of Liverpool’s Premier League tie with Man United at Anfield on Tuesday night.

Asked about the changes he has observed in Man United under Rangnick, Klopp told reporters: “Actually nothing I want to talk about, really.

“I think Ralf tried to organise the team, that is how it is, bringing in a structure with the squad you have. That is what he did. United played some really, really good games, but because it is United, even when you win the games, it is then ‘But here is a little bit not [right], that is still not there…’ and stuff like this.

“So, it is difficult to gain some momentum, I can imagine. But they concede less goals, for sure, and dropped some points [but] if you [look] at the points tally you see all of a sudden they are [fifth] in the table and if you are [fifth] in the Premier League it means you are a quality side.”

The kick-off time for Liverpool vs Man United is 8 pm, Nigerian time.