Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure at Manchester United and the 1-0 defeat to AFC Bournemouth in the last league tie has left them languishing closer to the relegation zone (five points ahead) than they are to the top four (10 points behind).
Since the Norwegian was appointed permanent manager in March, the Red Devils have struggled in the league and the poor run has extended into this season, winning only three league games.
Despite United’s struggles, it’s not thought there’s an imminent threat to Solskjaer’s role at Old Trafford. However, that hasn’t stopped other candidates being linked with the United job.
Earlier today, Sport Bild’s Chrstian Falk reported former RB Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick still remains an option for Manchester United, if the English side decide to part ways with their current manager.
Rangnick was also linked to the Bayern Munich job, but his agent Marc Kosicke has ruled out a move to the Allianz Arena.
“No, Ralf Rangnick is not available. We do not believe that what Ralf Rangnick brings is currently being sought after by Bayern. And that’s why it makes no sense to hold concrete talks,” Kosicke told Bild.
With Bayern out of the equation, Bild once again talks about Rangnick’s possibility of joining United and states the Premier League side should seriously consider him.