Manchester United Reach Agreement With Ralf Rangnick To Take Over As Interim Coach

English premier league giants Manchester United has reached an agreement with German and ex-RB Leipzig manger, Ralf Rangnick to take over helms of affairs as the interim coach for the next six months following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Ralf Ragick is currently with club Lokomotiv Moscow, serving in the capacity of head of sports and development at the Russian club, but Manchester United do not think that will serve as an obstacle for them getting their man.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked as Manchester United manager on November 21, 2021, following a string of poor performance from the team with the nail in the coffin being their 4-1 loss to bottom side Watford, which proved to be his last match as manger of the football club.

Former midfielder and club legend has since been promoted to the position of caretaker manager and led the to team Spain in a champions league game in which they came out victorious in a 2-0 victory over Villarreal. It would appear they are however not too sure about maintaining Michael Carrick as caretaker manager for long as they have now reached an agreement with Ralf Ragnick

The 63 year old will join the club for a period of six months and will be tasked to sturdy the boat till a permanent replacement is recruited. United have been unable to sort out all the details in the contract prior to the Chelsea game, meaning Michael Carrick will be tasked to lead the team out against the in-form Chelsea.

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