Manchester United make Ralf Rangnick decision ahead of Premier League clash vs Chelsea
According to the a report from football.london, Ralf Rangnick has reached an agreement with Manchester United to become their interim manager, according to the latest reports. infoguidenigeria
As per The Athletic, the agreement is subject to Rangnick’s current club, Lokomotiv, agreeing to release him from his contract, although United do not anticipate this to be a problem.
He has agreed to a six-month deal until the end of May and will have a further two years consultancy role at the club. Jamb result
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The report has it that the agreement is also subject to a work permit, and for that reason, he will not be in charge in time for the weekend’s game against Chelsea.
On the other hand, Mauricio Pochettino was subsequently linked with the job on a permanent basis, especially after news emerged that he was keen to give up his role at PSG in favour of a long-term project in Manchester.
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