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Man United’s Ralf Rangnick has ‘no problems whatsoever’ with Jesse Lingard


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Ralf Rangnick has said he has “no problems whatsoever” with Jesse Lingard and added that the Manchester United midfielder will be back in the squad to face Burnley on Tuesday.

Rangnick said last week Lingard had asked for time off to “clear his mind” after a proposed deadline day move to Newcastle failed to materialise.

Lingard later posted on social media to say it was the club who had advised him to take a break.

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The 29-year-old missed the FA Cup defeat to Middlesbrough on Friday but Rangnick said he will be available for the trip to Turf Moor while insisting the pair remain on good terms.

“With regard to Jesse, I have a very good relationship with him,” Rangnick told a news conference on Monday.

“He knows I would have been willing to let him go [to Newcastle] at least until the issue with Mason [Greenwood] came up.

“There are no problems whatsoever between myself and Jesse and vice versa. “I’m very happy to have him in the squad and he’ll be in the squad for tomorrow night’s game.”

Rangnick will also have Edinson Cavani available after being granted extra time off at home in Uruguay.

Raphael Varane should also be fit to face Burnley despite coming off early against Middlesbrough.

“He seems to be physically fit, has no issues anymore with injuries,” Rangnick said.

“Up until he was substituted [against Middlesbrough] he did extremely well with Harry [Maguire]. I’m very happy to have him for tomorrow’s game, hopefully, we can have him in the same form for the upcoming games.”

Alex Telles and Fred won’t play as both have tested positive for COVID-19.

United head to Burnley in fourth place in the Premier League table and a game in hand over fifth-place West Ham.

Despite the setback against Middlesbrough, United have won their last two league games and a third in a row at Burnley would move them to within six points of Chelsea in third with a game in hand.

“Overall, the development of the team and performances the last couple of weeks have improved,” Rangnick said.

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