Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick says he can't please everyone.
This comes after the German was called "classless" by Jesse Lingard's brother.
‘Classless’ – Jesse Lingard’s brother slams Man Utd for not giving him farewell send off ahead of free transfer exit https://t.co/9RPLhuogOY
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Lingard's family member was unhappy that the England midfielder wasn't given an Old Trafford farewell.
But Rangnick insists there were practical reasons behind leaving him on the bench.
? "This will not be to the liking of everybody, but it's also part of the game."
Ralf Rangnick responds to the comments made by Jesse Lingard's brother calling it "classless" not to give the player a proper farewell at Old Trafford pic.twitter.com/GDICSHFjqX
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"With only three subs, all the other leagues have five subs," Rangnick said in his pre- match press conference.
"I had to take a decision between bringing on Edison Cavani or Jesse Lingard.
"Or even the young Alejandro Garnacho, who I also would have loved to bring on"
Lingard is expected to leave United in the summer.