Ralf Rangnick’s impending arrival at Manchester United, according to Jurgen Klopp, is ‘not good news’ for other Premier League teams.
Rangnick and the Red Devils have agreed to take over on an interim basis until the end of the season, after which he will take up a two-year advisory job at Old Trafford.
Klopp has previously referred to Rangnick as “one of the greatest, if not the best German coach,” and has cited him as a key influence alongside Chelsea’s Thomas Tuchel and Bayern Munich’s Julian Nagelsmann.
‘Unfortunately, a good coach is coming to England, so that’s how it is, to Manchester United,’ he remarked.
‘Ralf is undoubtedly a very experienced manager who, with Hoffenheim and (RB) Leipzig, raised two teams from nothing to legitimate threats and powers in Germany.
‘He’s done a lot of various things in football, but his initial priority has always been to be a coach or a manager, and that’s what his strongest skill is.
Source: Daily Mail