‘Wasn’t a single discipline problem’ – Ex-Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick aims veiled dig at Erik ten Hag as he addresses Jadon Sancho’s acrimonious Old Trafford exit

Rangnick, who was United interim manager for six months during Sancho's debut season at the club, defended the player's character following his loan move back to former club Borussia Dortmund, having been banished by Ten Hag several months ago after a social media outburst.

"In the six months I had him, there wasn't a single discipline problem. On the contrary. He is a calm and pleasant guy," Rangnick said in an interview with Sky Sport Germany.

"He had his best time in Dortmund and, when he was healthy, always played for me. However, he wasn't as carefree as in Dortmund. But that was also due to the overall situation. When he was fit, he was set and did well under me. He no longer had a chance in Manchester [this season]. He now has to get back into a rhythm and really into shape in Dortmund. From his point of view, the change makes perfect sense."


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