The wait is in full swing for Manchester United supporters. United have announced the joining of Ralph Rangnik as interim coach a week after the departure of Ul Gunnar Sulsa. News of Sulsha’s departure was received shortly after his departure on 21 November. But the Red Devils have spent the last few days trying to reach an agreement with Rannik’s team, the locomotive Moscow.
After Sulsha’s departure, Michael Carrick, a former club player and Sulsa’s assistant, took charge of the emergency team. With responsibility, the team won the Champions League against Valencia. Tomorrow, after playing negative football from Chelsea’s field, he came back with a draw. However, Carrick has to move away with the record of not losing in two matches.
Last July, Rangnik signed a three-year contract as the sports director of Locomotive Moscow. In less than six months, he withdrew from the contract following a call from United. He will remain as the coach this season. Until 2024, Rangnik will play a key role in United’s consultancy and decision-making process.
A statement from United’s website said, “Ralph Rangnik is being recruited by the end of the season subject to visa requirements. He will also be with the club for two more years as a consultant.
“Ralph is one of the most respected and innovative coaches in European football,” said John Marto, the club’s football director. He was our first choice as an interim coach in the last four decades for his coaching and handling experience and invaluable leadership and strategic skills. Everyone at the club is looking forward to working with him for the rest of the season. ”
Rangnik, 63, is also excited to be working in the English Premier League for the first time. The coach and sports director, who founded Hoffenheim and Leipzig, said: “I am thrilled to be joining Manchester United and want to have a successful season at the club. This squad has a great mix of talent and youth and experience. Over the next six months, I will continue to strive to bring out the best in these players, personally and most importantly, as a team. “