Ralf Rangnick slams Eric Bailly after Man Utd outcast’s controversial Instagram post urging boss to drop Harry Maguire

RALF RANGNICK has slammed Eric Bailly for his Instagram post urging the interim Manchester United boss to drop Harry Maguire.

The club’s skipper, who was this week sent a sickening bomb threat, has come under heavy fire for his poor form this term.


Meanwhile, Ivory Coast star Bailly has only made four Premier League appearances so far this season.

He is desperate for more action, and he let everybody know this week on social media that he wants to partner Raphael Varane in defence.

Bailly, 28, replied to a fan who said he wanted him and the French star to start today against the Gunners.

He responded by saying “please” along with a laughing and praying emoji.

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Rangnick was asked about the incident ahead of the Arsenal game, and the United chief was not happy.

He said: “If it’s true what you told me, it’s not the right sign and should not happen in a football club, no matter what league.

“I’m not on Instagram. Listen, I’m not talking about my players in the press conference not knowing what has happened, it doesn’t make sense.

“I can only tell you, never in my life will I be part of Instagram.”

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Discussing Maguire’s ordeal with the bomb scare, Rangnick said: “Again this is another bad sign of the crazy world we are living in.

“Obviously, I feel very sorry for Harry that he has to make that terrible experience.

“He knows that we are all behind him, the club is behind him.

“Everybody, the players, his team-mates. It’s sad enough that crazy things like that happen.”

Both Maguire and Bailly were left on the bench for the Arsenal game as Victor Lindelof got the nod to partner Varane.

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