Man Utd stars arrive at training led by Harry Maguire as Ralf Rangnick prepares for last match in charge as boss


MANCHESTER UNITED players arrived at training this morning still attempting to shake off the gloom of last weekend’s result.

The Red Devils were battered 4-0 by Brighton in a humiliating afternoon on the South Coast.


Harry Maguire arrives at trainingCredit: Zenpix
Cristiano Ronaldo is chauffeured into Carrington


Cristiano Ronaldo is chauffeured into CarringtonCredit: Zenpix
Fred waves as he arrives at work


Fred waves as he arrives at workCredit: Zenpix

Ralf Rangnick’s side don’t have a game this weekend due to initial opponents Chelsea’s involvement in the FA Cup final, so the German’s attention will turn to his final game in interim charge against Crystal Palace.

United stars were led into training by skipper Harry Maguire, who returned from injury against the Seagulls from the bench.

Cristiano Ronaldo, meanwhile, was chauffeured into Carrington.

Fred waved as he arrived at training, while Alex Telles offered a tired looking thumbs up.

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The Red Devils may well need to win on the final day in order to stay ahead of West Ham.

David Moyes’ side are three points behind them with a game in hand to play.

Should United finish behind the Hammers, they could fall into the Europa Conference League.

This would see new boss Erik ten Hag have to manage them in Europe’s third-tier competition.


While it has been all doom and gloom for the first team of late, Man United’s youngsters provided fans a night to remember at Old Trafford last night.

In front of an incredible crowd of around 70,000, United’s Under-18s took on Nottingham Forest in the FA Youth Cup final.

Sir Alex Ferguson watched on as the Red Devils’ kids beat Forest 3-1 to lift the trophy.

Club captain Maguire was also in attendance, sat next to stalwart Phil Jones and a row in front of United legend Bryan Robson.

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Reece Bennett put United in front just 13 minutes into the final, before Josh Powell levelled things up for Forest on the stroke of half-time.

Alejandro Garnacho, who made his senior debut against Chelsea last month, struck twice in the second half to secure the trophy.

Darren Fletcher has plenty of work to do behind the scenes this summer


Darren Fletcher has plenty of work to do behind the scenes this summerCredit: Zenpix
Alex Telles gives a tired looking thumbs up to the camera


Alex Telles gives a tired looking thumbs up to the cameraCredit: Zenpix
Lee Grant turns up for work


Lee Grant turns up for workCredit: Zenpix

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