Manchester United have settled to Ralf Rangnick to take-over the team until the end of the season as an interim manager. Currently the former United midfielder, Carrick takes the team to London to face a very tricky Chelsea side.
Ralf is expected to take control of things at the Carrington training centre possibly next week. And a game against Arsenal he should be on the technical dugout for the red side of Manchester.
But the red devil's are clear that by next summer they will have installed a new permanent manager. With rumours of Ralf Rangnick taking up a two year deal as a consultancy figure at the club after his tenure as manager.
And as more links on Pochettino being the club's top target on permanent basis the latter has provided another updates on the same. According to transfer guru and sky sports journalist Fabrizio Romano.
On his tweeter, "I'm very happy at PSG. We are used to rumours and that's a good sign. It means we are doing a good job. But we don't create rumours, we don't take advantage of rumours." Concluded former Spurs boss, Mauricio.
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