Ralf Rangnick Refuses To Close The Door On Staying On As Man United Boss Beyond His Six Months
Ralf Rangnick, the new manager of Manchester United, has hinted that he may stay on beyond the summer.
After succeeding Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the end of the season, the 63-year-old German was set to take his first training session on Friday.
Rangnick was asked at a press conference on Friday morning whether he could stay in the dugout beyond that due to his withdrawal to a very nebulous consultant role beyond that.
‘We have never spoken about what will happen in the summer.
‘But right now I’m fully aware they might be looking for a new manager. If they will then speak with me about that we will see.
‘Maybe if they ask my opinion and everything goes well and we develop the team I might even make the same recommendation to the board that I did at Leipzig twice when I recommended it might be a good idea to keep working with me for one year.
Source: BBC Sport