Man United interim boss Ralf Rangnick should be handed the tools to build the club based on his own philosophy, according to former England manager Steve McClaren.
The former RB Leipzig boss - whose gegenpressing style has had a significant impact on modern coaches like Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel - will remain at United for a further two years in a consultancy position after his time as interim boss.
Man United interim boss Ralf Rangnick (R) must be allowed to build the club, according to Steve McClaren (L)
Michael Carrick will take charge against Arsenal, but McClaren insists Rangnick must be allowed to bring in his own staff
But McClaren hopes United grant him the freedom to build the club from the outset to help create a DNA for the club for the remainder of the season and beyond, even if it means replacing current