Manchester United's managerial staff have been lately ensuring the settlement of Ralf Rangnick as new manager. Kieran McKenna and Mike Phelan have been showing around the new manager. These two were among Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's support team including Michael Carrick who left in the recent past.
Carrick had led the red devils for a few matches after Solskjaer was sacked before handing the steering wheel to Ralf Rangnick. However,he immediately left the club the same day which came as a blow to United.
This seems to have not been the last setback Manchester United are facing this season. This is after another one of their coaching staff also expressed his desire to leave.
Latest reports indicate that, Kieran McKenna is keen on leaving the job at Old Trafford. It is said that the Manchester United coach is interested to take on Ipswich as new manager. This has come as a blow to Ralf Rangnick who was recently reported to be impressed by McKenna.
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