Manchester United is just a few days away from unveiling Ralf Rangnick as their new manager until the end of the season, MySportPlug reporting.
The German has been confirmed as the man to take over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the end of the season which will see the Old Trafford club confirm their next decision.
Ralf Rangnick is just a few days away from being announced as the new Manchester United manager who will be taking over until of the season as an interim which could be a permanent deal.
Some Premier League managers have been going out to share their thoughts on what to expect from the former RB Leipzig manager who builds the club from nowhere before leaving them.
Here Is What Klopp Said About Ralf;
“Unfortunately a good coach is coming to go England, Manchester United! He’s really an experienced manager, built two clubs from nowhere.
“Manchester United will be organized on the pitch, that’s obviously not good news for other teams.
Julian Nagelsmann Also Said;
“I Texted Ralf Rangnick and told him I think is great to see him at Manchester United.
“He will do Manchester United very well with the way he plays football. I hope Rangnick will stay there longer as manager than just till summer.
An agreement between the Red Devils and Ralf has been reached as the move is now imminent with the German working on his work permit which will see him be able to start his job.
According to Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed the latest development via his social media accounts which claims Ralf Rangnick is expected to be unveiled next week after Chelsea game.
Here Is What He Confirmed;
“Manchester United confirmed to Ralf Rangnick his ‘consultancy’ role from June 2022 to 2024 – but Ralf would be interested in taking the full time manager role if offered.
“Rangnick’s camp working on work permit. It’s taking time – he’s planning to arrive next week.
This means Michael Carrick will still be in charge when Chelsea Vs Manchester United will go down tomorrow which is another key game for the Red Devils who will be looking to make something happen.