Mason Greenwood expected to start as a striker every weekend.
Man United legend Paul Scholes dislikes Rangnick’s way of using Greenwood in most games.
He believes Greenwood should be given more chances instead of Ronaldo upfront in the attacking line.
“Mason Greenwood is a brilliant player – great potential. The manager keeps taking him off; he’s almost become a little bit of a scapegoat, a little bit of an easy target because he’s a young player,” said Scholes.
“He should be playing up front for this team. As good as [Cristiano] Ronaldo and [Edinson] Cavani are, and have been throughout their careers, for Manchester United’s centre forwards to be 37 and 34 just tells us where the club is at.
“Greenwood has to be playing now – and in the future. He is a highly-talented lad and I’m frustrated when I watch him because you know he’s going to be the first man off every single.
“He’s been shoved out in those wide areas – the lad is an out-and-out centre forward. He will score goals in this team – no doubt about that.”