Man United: Ralf Rangnick pictured as new manager to get Old Trafford tour
IMAGE: Ralf Rangnick patrols the sidelines of Old Trafford for the first time as caretaker, talking with John Murtough and Wes Brown as they tour the stadium after quarantine release
- New Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick took a tour of Old Trafford
- German coach shown around the stadium by football director John Murtough
- Rangnick is still waiting for his work permit before going to work
- It means Michael Carrick is in the dugout for Thursday’s Arsenal game
- Rangnick took the time to chat with former United defender Wes Brown on the pitch
- He should be in charge of Sunday’s home game against Crystal Palace
Manchester United’s new interim manager Ralf Rangnick has been given a tour of Old Trafford after his Covid quarantine came to an end.
Although the German coach will not be in the dugout for Thursday night’s Premier League game against Arsenal while he awaits confirmation of a work permit, he has walked the sidelines of Old Trafford for the first time as boss.
Rangnick was spotted by United fan Oliver Hunt, who was touring the stadium on Wednesday.
Manchester United’s new interim manager Ralf Rangnick was spotted on a tour of Old Trafford on Wednesday, accompanied by the club’s football director John Murtough.
The German coach took the time to chat with former United defender Wes Brown on the pitch
Caretaker boss Michael Carrick remains responsible for Arsenal clash on Thursday evening
United’s football director John Murtough appeared to give Rangnick the tour with the coach stopping to talk to former defender Wes Brown as he made his way across the field.
Caretaker manager Michael Carrick will take charge of a third game for the Gunners’ visit with Rangnick, whose appointment was confirmed Monday, watching from the stands.
Assuming Rangnick’s work permit is granted in time, his first game in charge will be Sunday’s home game against Crystal Palace.
As reported by Sportsmail on Tuesday night, Rangnick must convince a football association panel of his managerial credentials to get his work permit.
The 63-year-old flew to the UK on Monday, just before the tougher Covid restrictions came into effect hours later, and stayed at a hotel in Manchester.
More to follow.