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Ralf Rangnick responds to the impending Erik ten Hag announcement

Ralf Rangnick responds to the impending Erik ten Hag announcement

Ralf Rangnick, interim manager of Manchester United, has stated that he has no idea when the club would announce the selection of Erik ten Hag as their new permanent manager.

Ten Hag has informally agreed to take over as United manager this summer.

 It was previously rumored that the agreement could be formally revealed following Sunday’s Dutch Cup final.

So far, this has not been the case. When queried about the potential announcement, Rangnick remained tight-lipped, emphasizing that the board will determine the appropriate time.

He told reporters via Manchester Evening News: “I don’t know. This is an issue for the club and the board and as soon as there is something to announce then I’m pretty sure the club will make that announcement.”

“Right now, that doesn’t affect our preparation for the game tomorrow or the game on Saturday. We are fully aware that out of those six games we probably need almost maximum points.

“You can see even other teams are dropping points. This is about being consistent and the team that will finish fourth will be who is most committed to that.”

For the time being, United’s primary attention will be on the Champions League race. 

Following their 3-2 win over Norwich City, they are now only three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.

With six more games to play, they have a good chance of overtaking Spurs for fourth place, but it will be a difficult challenge given the club’s upcoming schedule.

Tomorrow, United travel to Liverpool for a challenging match. Since 2016, they have not won a league game at Anfield. This will be followed by a trip to Arsenal in north London.

The Gunners have looked out of sorts due to injury, but United do not have the finest recent record at the Emirates.

They haven’t won a league game at the stadium since 2017.

Following matches against Liverpool and Arsenal, they will host Chelsea on April 28.

The forthcoming schedule has the potential to make or destroy their top-four prospects. Rangnick would prefer to be free of interruptions.


Ralf Rangnick responds to the impending Erik ten Hag announcement

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