Manchester United have announced the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as their next manager but on Interim basis until end of the season. These will surely mean the caretaker boss, Michael Carrick will pave way for the incoming gaffer.
But he will be unveiled officially as new Old Trafford boss subject to a work permit as soon as possible. If then he will manage to be eligible to take charge of situation at the Carrington training centre then.
It's then on Arteta's worry on how to encounter the man who in no doubt inspired Tuchel and Klopp into excellence of management they enjoy now in Chelsea and Liverpool respectively.
After a perfect outing under Carrick, United managed a victory against Villareal in Champions league. As in domestic commitments with Chelsea they picked a point at the Bridge. And these may have granted him, Ralf Rangnick a slight view of the team going forward
At least on how to setup his team, Thursday night as the red side of Londoners pay the newly boss a visit in a Premier league encounter. And if we take a look into how possibly the German tactician may line-up his team against Arteta's troops.
And without doubt David de Gea keeps his place in between the sticks. While Telles may continue his in form, prowes after recent two games as well as the Captain. Maguire will be back to partner Bailly as Victor starts from the bench.
Wan Bissaka could be offered another opportunity to showcase his abilities and so is Scott, Fred and now Van de Beek coming in for Matic in the midfield. The Portuguese midfielder Bruno certainly should be able to keep his position as number ten. While Rashford and Sancho are desperately looking to score goals as two lone strikers.
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