This is where Manchester United sit in the Premier League table - based ONLY on Ralf Rangnick’s time in charge
How do Manchester United compare to their Premier League rivals based only on Ralf Rangnick’s time in charge?
The Red Devils appointed the German as their interim manager on November 29, replacing the outgoing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a disappointing run of results.
Rangnick arrived in the North West with a strong reputation for driving cultural change. His stint at RB Leipzig coincided with the emergence of a number of talented young players - and he had occupied the role of manager of sports and development at Lokomotiv Moscow before joining the Red Devils.
It was hoped his return to the dugout would herald an upturn in fortunes for Manchester United - but has it?
With 14 games now under his belt in all competitions - and a January transfer window, albeit a quiet one, now completed - the focus for Rangnick is on helping United force their way into the top four.
The side currently sit fifth in the table, with a game in hand on West Ham United who sit immediately above them.
Draws against Burnley and Southampton in their last two games have dented United’s hopes of a top four finish, but with Brighton & Hove Albion set to visit Old Trafford this week there is a chance to build some more momentum.
But how would the table look if only results under Rangnick’s stewardship counted? We take a look at the state of the Prem