The Manchester United director of football has ruled out the appointment of Ralf Rangnick after his recent comments.
Manchester United appointed the German manager as the interim coach after the departure of Ole Gunner.
It was said that Ralf Rangnick will step up to work with the board if his six-month deal expires.
Ralf Rangnick have done well so far and he still has a lot of games to prove himself before the end of the season.
Rumors are claiming that Ralf Rangnick is open to becoming the permanent manager at the club, but the feeling around the Manchester United board are different.
The club’s director of football has ruled out the appointment of the German manager as they are searching for his successor.
JohnMurtough: We’re now looking conducting a thorough process for the appointment of a new permanent manager, who will take charge this summer.
He will have the objective to get us back to challenging for trophies.