According to an explosive article published by a major Spanish publication, Man United’s board of directors regrets selecting interim manager Ralf Rangnick and is considering terminating his contract at the end of the season.
Rangnick was promoted to a two-year consulting club after serving as acting manager for the remainder of 2021/22. United, though, is reportedly considering a contract breach, according to the AS.
The retailer stated, “Manchester United considers it a mistake to sign a German.”
“After being eliminated from the Champions League by Atlético Madrid, United’s officials realized they had made a mistake by entrusting the club to Rangnick.
“In fact, he would have been in control of the club’s sports administration, but the Red Devils’ board of directors is considering sacking him despite the fact that he has a legal contract.”
“Rangnick replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the Old Trafford bench at the end of November, but has yet to improve the team’s performance.
‘To make matters worse, the German coach had no sympathy for Cristiano Ronaldo, even insulting him for his talent.’
‘Those words cause a schism between the two of them.’
If the claim is true, it may be tough for the board to come to the conclusion that Rangnick did not boost the team’s performance ahead of time.
United’s main issues in recent games, including Tuesday’s Champions League loss to Athletes, have been finishing blunders and defensive mistakes.
The management has no control over either of these two factors.
Furthermore, the proverb “Rome wasn’t built in a day” applies here, and it takes longer to mend a damaged party like the one Rangnick inherited.