Rangnick, who was the sports and development manager at the Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow, had to wait for a work permit to start his role at Old Trafford.
Published: December 02, 2021 7:36 PM |
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LONDON: Ralf Rangnick has received a work permit to begin his work as interim manager of Manchester United, the Premier League club announced on Thursday. The 63-year-old German will be presented to the media on Friday and will take over the management of the team at the Crystal Palace for the first time two days later.
“Now that all the formalities have been dealt with, we will have a personal press conference tomorrow morning at 9:00 am Hold Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford, “said a statement from United. United confirmed Rangnick’s appointment as a short-term replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Monday, just over a week after the Norwegian was sacked after a 4-1 at low Watford.
But Rangnick, the sports and development manager at the Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow had to wait for a work permit to take up his role at Old Trafford.
Caretaker Michael Carrick will take the lead for the third time against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Thursday.
Rangnick will be up until Remaining manager at the end of the season before taking on a two-year advisory role at United. Carrick said on Wednesday that he has not yet spoken to the former RB Leipzig boss.
“I’m in this position, like at Villarreal and Chelsea. I’m preparing the guys for the (Arsenal) game. It is pretty much like both games. We couldn’t do it because of the process. ” (speaking). ”He said.
United are 10th in the Premier League ahead of Arsenal, 15 points behind leaders Chelsea and six points behind fourth-placed West Ham. The 20-time English champions have only won one of the last eight Premier League games, but will definitely benefit from a friendlier schedule list in the next few weeks.
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