Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick won’t take the job permanently at the end of the season.
United are in the market for a permanent replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and there had been reports that Rangnick could be handed over the reins of the club on a permanent basis at the end of the season.
The Sun has however refuted the reports and indicated that the club was firmly focused on finding a long-term successor in the summer with the list of potential coaches including Mauricio Pochettino, Eric Ten Hag, Luis Enrique, and Carlo Ancelotti.
The Premier League table since Ralf Rangnick took over:
🥇 Manchester City [34 points]
🥈 Liverpool [29 points]
🥉 Manchester United [26 points]
Rangnick’s United have only lost 1 game in the league since his appointment. 🔴 pic.twitter.com/2MY3xi2vtb
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The latter is the latest to be linked with the job after it emerged that United was willing to employ the Italian on a short-term deal should Pochettino move to Real Madrid as suggested by some quarters.
Ten Hag remains the favourite due to his style of play as it looks similar to what Rangnick is currently laying at the club but Pochettino has a big shout too because of his Premier League experience.