Manchester United will wrap up a disappointing campaign away to Crystal Palace on Sunday, in what will be interim boss Ralf Rangnick's last game in charge.
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Manchester City responded in devastating fashion by scoring 10 goals in two games to move to the brink of a fourth Premier League title in five seasons.
The Austrian soccer federation said that Rangnick will start working with Austria in late May ahead of a Nations League game against Croatia on June 3.
Within hours of the allegations surfacing online, Greenwood, who has made one appearance for England, was suspended from playing or training with United until further notice.
Rangnick has been in interim control of United since late November and will be replaced as manager by Erik ten Hag at the end of the season.
With only three games left to play in the league, United stayed in sixth place —five points behind fourth-place Arsenal and having played two matches more than its rival for Champions League qualifica
Ten Hag is viewed as a more modern coach in terms of playing out from the back, pressing more and viewing full-backs as attacking options.
The Portugal star raised his left arm and pointed to the sky in a subdued celebration of his 100th Premier League goal.
The World Cup winner, who is a free agent from July 1, came off with a calf problem early in Tuesday's chastening 4-0 loss at Liverpool, which makes a top-four Premier League finish unlikely.
The fierce rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool was set aside during the seventh minute of Tuesday's 4-0 win for the home side at Anfield as the entire stadium joined in a minute's applause
Ten Hag signed a contract to 2025 with the task of bringing back the successes not seen at United since the retirement of Alex Ferguson in 2013.
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Double strikes from Mohamed Salah and one goal each by Luis Diaz and Sadino Mane, helped Liverpool destroy Manchester United 4-0.
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Mohamed Salah had scored a hat-trick as Liverpool ran riot to win 5-0 at Old Trafford when the sides last met in October.