Manchester United are reportedly set to name German professional football manager Ralf Rangnick their new interim boss.
The German has agreed with the Premier League side and will sign a six-month deal at Old Trafford following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s firing at the end of the week.
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Following his half year spell as administrator, Rangnick will be held for a further two years in a consultancy role, as indicated by The Athletic.
Guardian manager Michael Carrick, who was in control for United’s Champions League win over Villarreal on Tuesday, is relied upon to stay in the dugout for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Chelsea.
The visit of Arsenal on 2 December is probably going to be Rangnick’s first game in control.
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