Dimitar Berbatov tells Ralf Rangnick to sell three Man Utd players this month

Dimitar Berbatov tells Ralf Rangnick to sell three Man Utd players this month

Former Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov has urged Ralf Rangnick to offload the likes of Dean Henderson, Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek this month.

Man United are more likely to let record more outs than ins this January, with reports claiming that a good number of players are ‘unhappy’ at United and want out immediately.

Van de Beek, Henderson and Martial are clearly not happy with their situations at Old Trafford.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer preferred David de Gea over Dean Henderson and Ralf Rangnick has followed suit, thanks to the Spaniard’s scintillating form, hence why the England international has handed in a transfer request.

A few reports have claimed the goalie wants to leave this club this month on loan and Tottenham are interested in him already.

Martial last made Manchester United’s squad against Arsenal in November and has been attracting interest from Sevilla, Barcelona and Juventus.

Van de Beek, who was a second-half substitute against Aston Villa on Monday, is said to be unhappy at United.

Though Ralf Rangnick hailed the Dutchman’s impact against Villa, Berbatov urges the German boss to grant these three players their wish to leave the club this winter in a bid to get regular playing time.

‘I’m not surprised to see that Dean Henderson has handed in a transfer request, I was expecting it,’ Berbatov told Betfair.

‘Same for Donny van de Beek and Anthony Martial. These players aren’t playing and it’s clear they aren’t happy and as long as they love what they do, playing football, they should move.

Dimitar Berbatov urges Ralf Rangnick to sell Donny van de Beek, Anthony Martial and Dean Henderson
Dimitar Berbatov urges Ralf Rangnick to sell Donny van de Beek, Anthony Martial and Dean Henderson

‘Henderson was bought to play in his view, David de Gea was going through a difficult period.

“Signings can galvanise a player, you’re not at your best then all of a sudden you have competition, so you gather yourself and start producing.

‘That’s what happened with De Gea and it was bad news for Henderson. I fully understand why he wants to leave.’