RALF RANGNICK could QUIT Manchester United before the end of the season, according to Gary Neville.
The Red Devils were torn to shreds in a 4-0 mauling against their fiercest rivals, Liverpool, on Tuesday night.
It was just the latest humiliation for the fading giants, who are now on their longest trophy drought since they were last relegated nearly 50 years ago.
And Neville has claimed Rangnick could be tempted to leave his role early rather than face even more embarrassment.
Speaking on Sky Sports about Rangnick after United’s Anfield horror show, Neville said: “He’s ready to go, him.
“It’s only his class and his professionalism that’s stopping him telling us what he really thinks of these players. It could come.
“Arsenal away Saturday, Chelsea at home Thursday… I can’t think he’s going to keep on watching this.
“He’s alluded to it in a couple of interviews but it really is low because there was nothing in that first half.”
Rangnick is due to serve as interim manager until the end of the season, when he will be replaced by Erik ten Hag.
The German will then take on a consultancy role at the club.
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Meanwhile, Neville later ranted on his podcast that Liverpool – especially pass-master Thiago – “took the p***” out of United as the match was so easy for them.
The former England full-back said: “Liverpool toyed with Manchester United.
“Thiago was laughing when he came off, he was laughing at Manchester United all game.
“I don’t normally swear on the podcast but he took the p*** out of Manchester United tonight.
“That was so simple for the Liverpool players tonight.”
Meanwhile, Neville has apologised for his “slightly unprofessional” commentary during the defeat at Liverpool while also calling the United squad a “waste of space”.
He also accused Man Utd of “undermining” managers and pushing player power as he insisted his old club are “broken” under the ownership of the Glazers.
Roy Keane and Paul Scholes are just two other former United stars to slam their old club ofter Tuesday’s “disgusting” display.