Manchester United have finally appointed former RB Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick as their new boss until end of the season, MySportPlug reporting Live.
An agreement with Locomotive Moscow was reached earlier today for the German to make a move to the Premier League side where he will stay until end of the current season.
Ralf Rangnick signed a six months contract which will see him take over from Michael Carrick who was taking over the position until a new manager is appointed until end of the season.
This comes as no surprise with Mauricio Pochettino currently unavailable in the market as Paris Saint Germain were not looking to let him leave middle of the season with a fight.
Manchester United have now gone another way in appointing Ralf Rangnick as their new manager who will remain until the season ends which could also see him land and extension depends on his performance.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sent parking after a run of poor result costing them to drop from number one position which they occupied during the early stages of the season that ended quickly.
Their game against Liverpool exposed how badly they have been as they lost 5-0 at Old Trafford In a game which could have been more than that result against the Red Devils on that day.
They went on losing badly against Manchester City at home causing more problems for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who was already drained and ran out of ideas to save his job which was on fire.
His last game against Watford finished things for him as he lost 4-1 with Harry Maguire getting a red card in a game which could been won easily by them with all their advantages going forward.
According to Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed the latest update coming through as Ralf Rangnick is awaiting to be officially announced by the English Premier League club.
He will take over his first game against Chelsea which is expected to be a pulsating encounter in the history of English Football with two heavyweights showing why EPL is dubbed the best League in the World.