Manchester United Reveal Final Plans For Permanent Manager Announcement As Search Intensifies
Manchester United are expected to ‘step up’ the search for a permanent manager during the international break, reports ESPN.
Club chiefs are reportedly hoping to make the official announcement before the end of the season, possibly to help the new boss understand the squad before a crucial summer transfer window.
Ralf Rangnick will remain the interim boss till the end of 2021/22 while ESPN understands that Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino are the leading candidates to take over.
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The report claims that United are willing to take advantage of the fact that both Ajax and PSG are out of the Champions League and push ahead for a deal.
ESPN also claims that United are also keeping an eye on Thomas Tuchel’s situation at Chelsea as they stare at an uncertain future.