Manchester United are reportedly already holding their interim until the end of the season. According to information from Times, German coach Ralf Rangnick, currently responsible for sports and development at Lokomotiv Moscow, should be formalized on the bench for the Red Devils within 48 hours. The negotiations between the two parties would have led to an agreement valid immediately, knowing that the Mancunian management would not pay any financial compensation to the Russian club.
However, still awaiting his work permit to practice in England, the 63-year-old technician should not be present for the next two meetings against Chelsea this Sunday and Arsenal next Thursday. A week after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking, it was another former Manchester United player, Michael Carrick, who took the reins at the club last weekend. The former midfielder also went for the first victory at La Ceramica against Villarreal (0-2) in the Champions League, and this after having chained three games without a win in all competitions.