Ralf Rangnick won’t remain on in a consultancy job at Manchester United following his half year residency as break chief, he told a news meeting on Sunday, refering to the requests of his new position as Austria public group mentor.
Rangnick, clearing a path for Erik ten Hag, had a consent to function as a specialist for quite some time and affirmed last month he would stay at the club notwithstanding his arrangement as Austria chief.
“We might want to say thanks to Ralf Rangnick for his endeavors as break chief throughout the course of recent months,” United said in an explanation.
“By shared understanding, Ralf will currently zero in exclusively on his new job as chief of the Austria public group and won’t in this way be taking up a consultancy job at Old Trafford.
“We might want to hope everything works out for Ralf of karma in this next section of his profession.”
Joined completed 6th in the Premier League under Rangnick, who took over at Old Trafford following the firing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November.
Approaching manager Ten Hag wouldn’t be drawn on Rangnick’s situation with the club when asked during his revealing if he could invite the 63-year-old’s consultancy job next season.
“That is on the club,” Ten Hag said recently.
Rangnick’s Austria start off their Nations League crusade on June 3 against Croatia prior to taking on Denmark and France.