Manchester United legend, Paul Ince, has told the newly-appointed interim manager of the club, Ralf Rangnick of two players he must prioritise at Old Trafford.
The former England attacker said that the German believes needs to target getting the best out his full-backs, such as Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw.
Rangnick appointment as the replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was announced on Monday and the German will spend six months at Old Trafford.
The former England midfielder is demanding more from the likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
While Wan-Bisska is the first choice right-back while Luke Shaw has also taken the left-back position at Old Trafford.
And Ince is hoping the new manager will make it a priority of his to see the pair get further up the pitch and help the attackers.
“I think it’s tough because [Eric] Bailly is quick but can be erratic at times, but then can be outstanding at times as we saw in the Champions League,” he told The United Stand.
“[Victor] Lindelof’s got no pace… even if you look at [Raphael] Varane who is quick and Bailly, then you’ve got two quick centre-backs.
“I think what he’d [Rangnick] want more is from his full-backs. You look at the full-backs putting balls into the box… he needs to work with Wan-Bissaka, he really does.
“How can I put it? From an attacking point of view, the modern game is about players getting forward, we’ve seen it with [Trent] Alexander-Arnold and [Andy] Robertson. They are high up the park like a third attacker.
“He needs to work on getting his full-backs up the pitch and the reason why it’s hard for them to get up the pitch is because they’ve got no pace at the back.
“The full-backs have always been told by the centre-halves to stay alongside me because if it goes over the top we need a bit of pace. That’s the problem.”
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