Manchester United interim boss has given club directors the list of midfielders he needs to fortify the weak midfielder he had pointed out earlier during the week.
According to the reports, Rangnick impressed football director John Murtough, technical director Darren Fletcher and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward during talks for the temporary role, where he pointed out where the team needed to improve to get them back to winning titles again.
ESPN says Rangnick is said to have earmarked RB Leipzig’s Amadou Haidara, Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham and Leeds’ Kalvin Phillips as potential targets in the transfer window.
Dortmund striker Erling Haaland is also another key target United should be pursuing next summer.
United are willing to back Rangnick in the January transfer window but both manager and club are expecting it to be fairly quiet, with players leaving the club higher on the agenda.