Man United set to appoint ex-Leipzig manager as interim coach -Report

Manchester United are expected to appoint Ralf Rangnick as their interim manager in the wake of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal, according to reports on Thursday.

The 63-year-old German, now the head of sports and development at Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow, has been named by Premier League giants as a possible short-term successor to the Norwegian.

In Tuesday’s Champions League win at Villarreal, Michael Carrick led the team, but the club wants to bring in a more experienced manager until the end of the season.

Mauricio Pochettino, the manager of Paris Saint-Germain, is a leading contender to become Manchester United’s next manager.

Manchester United have agreed to hire former RB Leipzig manager Christoph Rangnick as manager, according to the Athletic. The agreement is conditional on Lokomotiv agreeing to release him from his contract.

Due to work permit issues, it was stated that he would not be in charge of the game against Chelsea this weekend.

Solskjaer was sacked on Sunday following his side’s embarrassing 4-1 defeat to lowly Watford.

They are currently in eighth place in the Premier League, 12 points behind leaders Chelsea and six points behind fourth-placed West Ham, after losing four of their last five matches.

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Written by Babatunde Okerayi

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