According to press reports, Manchester United have already found a successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as he has agreed in all respects with the new coach, Ralf Rangnick, who will be temporarily appointed to head the team.
As is well known, the English record champion drove Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday, who was temporarily replaced by Michael Carrick until a temporary solution can be found at the club before the final solution. The former midfielder began his coaching career with a win on Tuesday after the MU defeated Villarreal 2-0 in the Champions League and secured his place in the eighth final.
A The Athletic however, he reported that Manchester United would set up a German coach on the bench following the example of Liverpool and Chelsea. The paper reports MU and Ralf Rangnick agreed, leaving the position of sports director of Lokomotiv Moscow for the benefit of the Red Devils. It is questionable for now whether the Russian team will agree to all of this, but Manchester United says this is not a problem.
The portal also reports that the 63-year-old signed a 6-month contract until the end of May, but will remain with the club after that and will work as a consultant for another two years.
Rangnick, who has previously mentored Premier League coaches such as list leader and Champions League winner Chelsea Chelsea and Liverpool gourmet Jürgen Klopp, has previously led Leipzig, Schalke and VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga. However, in the match against Chelsea this weekend, he will not be able to sit on MU’s bench yet because they will not be able to arrange his work permit during that time. United has not yet officially confirmed the news.