Manchester United Interim Manager Ralf Rangnick paperwork has officially been completed and will be in the dug out for Crystal Palace match on Sunday at Old Trafford. Ralf Rangnick work permit issues have been sorted but he will be on the stands for the game against Arsenal as Caretaker Manager Michael Carrick will lead the Red Devils against the Gunners tonight at Old Trafford. Rangnick life at Manchester will start officially this Sunday against Crystal Palace in the Premier League after the Uk Government granted him work permit after receiving the Visa.
Ralf Rangnick will reportedly be given £100 Million to spend in January transfer window with Erling Halaand & Haidara being his top targets. Man United believe Ralf Rangnick imminent arrival at Old Trafford will give them an edge in the race to sign Erlinh Halaand who has £68 Million release clause. Ralf Rangnick will receive a stunning £10 Million if he manages to convince Halaand to join Ols Trafford.
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