Here are your Manchester United evening headlines on Good Friday.
Rangnick responds to protests
Ralf Rangnick says he respects Manchester United fans' protests outside the club's Carrington training complex.
Police were called after around two dozen supporters gathered on Isherwood Road, which leads up to Birch Road, a country lane the training complex is situated on.
The usual entrance to the training complex was closed and visitors were redirected to the rear entrance that is reserved for first-team players when they arrive for training. Bedsheets unfurled by the supporters read, 'Disgrace not fit to wear the shirt' and 'Glazers out'.
Ten Hag reacts to United congratulations
Feyenoord head coach Arne Slot has congratulated Ajax chief Erik ten Hag on his impending move to Manchester United.
Ten Hag, who was sounded out as United's preferred candidate last month, is on the brink of taking charge at Old Trafford ahead of the start of next season. A deal is very close to being agreed, with suggestions that all that is left to be done is for the Dutchman to put pen to paper on his contract.
The 52-year-old has been linked with the United vacancy ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked back in November and has proven to be a popular choice amongst the supporters in recent months. Despite never managing a club the same size as United, it is an exciting appointment, with Ten Hag considered as an up and coming coach with more to give, despite being north of 50.