Ralf Rangnick Finally Tells Man United The Right Manager To Appoint

The German has disclosed to United the right manager to appoint as he draws nearer to taking up his role as a staff in the club

Ralf Rangnick is already putting in a lot of efforts to make sure things are balanced at Old Trafford after inheriting the club from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who was fired in the midst of poor performances.

Ever since his arrival to the club, Manchester United has won 26 points in total, losing only 1 game in the Premier League.

The former Leipzig manager has already shown a lot of efforts in turning things around for the Red Devils, although not actually found that balance he is pushing for.

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Ahead of the summer transfer window, Ralf Rangnick has reportedly told the club, what manager is right to take over the job as the agreement has always been for him to manage for a temporal period of time.

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Manchester United is known to have two names on the top of their list, Mauricio Pochettino and Erik Ten Haag but both men are already in jobs in their respective clubs.

Pochettino is one more of unsure while Erik Ten Haag has already shared that he will be leaving Ajax at the end of the season. The 52-year-old made this known during the period were pushing to land him after showing Solskjaer the exit door.

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The Dutch manager has remained with Ajax for more than 4-years since he left Utrecht and has managed to rack up a 73% win rate in the club with a positive 394 goals difference.

According to sources close to Manchester United, Erik Ten Haag is one name Ralf Rangnick has been preaching for some days now. The professor believes the former center-back will do a better job than any other candidate.

Manchester United sure needs a manager with the mentality and tactics Ten Haag has and a major plus for United as sources close to former Ajax player are disclosing that he already has his heart at United, just a matter of time.

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United are pushing hard to finish top 4 so as to secure Champions League spot next season as they are even unsure if they can claim the title this campaign.

A disappointing draw did tamper their fate though as Arsenal who sit 6th place have two outstanding games while just sitting a single point behind them who are currently placed 4th.