Manchester United have confirmed the assignment of Ralph Rangnick as meantime executive for rest of the season. The 63-year-old has accepted the position at Old Trafford until the deadline of this year’s campaign, then he will obtain position of adviser for 2 years. Albeit, club has achieved understanding with Lokomotiv to transfer Rangnick to English League, they have yet to complete the procedure affiliated to obtaining a work authorization for Ralf.
In the meantime, Michael Carrick will remain at the helm and may still be in a dugout for Thursday’s English League match versus Arsenal. On contrary, the main inquiry is when Rangnick will take over control of the team.
“I am very pleased to be joining Man United and focused on making this a fruitful period for the club,” Rangnick said. “The team is full of endowment and has an excellent balance of juvenility and qualification. All my diligence over the next half and a year will be aimed at helping these athletes reach their capacity, both privately and, most importantly, as a squad.
“Ralph is one of the best experts and pioneers in European football,” said United football director John Murtagh. “He was our primal interim manager option, reflecting the priceless guidance and technical skills he will bring from nearly 40 years of management and coaching background.