Former Manchester United captain, Roy Keane, has said the club will finish in fourth place this season.
Keane stated this after watching the Red Devils beat Leeds United 4-2 on Sunday.
United are now four points clear of fifth-placed West Ham and Arsenal, but the Gunners have three matches in hand.
Wolves are two points further back with two games in hand over United, while Tottenham Hotspur are seven points off Rangnick’s side but have played three games fewer.
“I think United will be fine for fourth, I really do.
“There has been a lot of noise about players wanting to leave or contract situations with (Paul) Pogba or Jesse Lingard, but they just need to focus on the next few months as they are big for the club.
“They have to try and get that top four spot and they have a big European match coming up – focus on that and your games.
“Then you have a chance to regroup in the summer regarding obviously the manager and they will be looking at recruitment,” Keane said.