Man United are considering Ralf Rangnick as a possible replacement for Ralf Rangnick on the left flank, as they ‘enquire about the Italian manager.’
Ralf Rangnick, the interim manager of Manchester United, will be in charge at Old Trafford until the end of the season.
Ralf Rangnick could be replaced by Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi at Manchester United.
Following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Red Devils named Rangnick as their interim manager in November.
However, at the end of the campaign, he will transition to a behind-the-scenes role.
Sir Alex Ferguson, who retired at the end of the 201213 season, has struggled to find a long-term successor at United.
Since then, seven men have taken the reins at Old Trafford, either on a temporary or permanent basis, but none have been convincing.
David Moyes was the man who accepted the poisoned chalice of succeeding Ferguson, but he was fired after only a season.
After that, legendary winger Ryan Giggs served as caretaker manager before Dutchman Louis van Gaal took over for two years.
Jose Mourinho came in with the promise of achieving great things, but an FA Cup trophy wasn’t enough to save his job at the end of the 2015-16 season.
During his first season at United, the former Chelsea manager won the League Cup and the Europa League.
However, due to a slump in form, he was given his marching orders in late 2018.
After that, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was hired on a temporary basis before being given the job permanently, and he helped the team regain its attacking edge.
However, he was fired earlier this season, and Michael Carrick took over for three games before Rangnick was chosen to lead the team until the season’s end.
The German has been tipped to take the job permanently at the end of the season if he performs well, but United bosses have enquired about Inzaghi’s availability in the summer, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Following the departure of Antonio Conte, Inzaghi took over as Inter manager in June and signed a contract until 2023.
The former striker rose through the ranks of Lazio’s youth system to become the club’s first-team manager.
And the 45-year-old was in charge at Stadio Olimpico for five years.
Inzaghi has led Inter to the top of the table this season.
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