As has already been reported in the English media, it appears that Ralf Rangnick is going to be the man to help Manchester United limp to the end of the current campaign.
The Red Devils are currently without a manager following their dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the weekend, and while Mauricio Pochettino was the favourite to take over, it appears Paris Saint-Germain’s reluctance to part ways with the Argentine midway through the campaign has put a spanner in those works.
That’s why Manchester United were looking around to try and get someone in for the final six months or so of the campaign, with the likes of Rudi Garcia and Ernesto Valverde being looked at.
However, Ralf Rangnick is ‘on the verge’ of taking the job, with Sport 1 in Germany backing up the claims from England.
Their reporter Patrick Berger reports talks are ‘in the final stages’, with the approval from Lokomotiv Moscow, where the German currently works as their Managing Director Sport and Communications, yet to come.
However, it’s made clear it all ‘looks good’, meaning everything is indeed heading in the right direction
🚨 Ralf Rangnick on verge to takeover as Manchester United’s interim manager, as The Athletic reported. Talks in final stages, sources close to Rangnick telling @SPORT1. Confirmed! Approval of Lok Moscow missing yet. But it looks good. #MUFC @SPORT1
— Patrick Berger (@berger_pj) November 25, 2021