Manchester United interim boss, Michael Carrick has denied claims that incoming interim boss, Ralf Rangnick had a hand in Manchester United's team selection for their Premier League clash against Chelsea on Sunday.
Former United captain, Gary Neville had said he was sure Rangnick had a hand in the game against Chelsea.
United picked up a point against Chelsea with Jadon Sancho putting the visitors ahead before Jorginho equalised from the penalty spot.
Neville had suggested that the incoming interim manager made the United team selection rather than Carrick, who is in caretaker charge at the moment.
And Gary Lineker chimed in and was in complete disagreement with Neville, writing: 'No chance of this being true. Zero.'
And after the match Carrick was asked about the situation and he told Sky Sports, "No."