Man United told to agree Ralf Rangnick exit after news - pundit

By Paddy Kenny

12th May, 2022 | 12:00pm

Ralf Rangnick could resign Man United post after development - pundit

Ralf Rangnick should resign from his role at Man United so he can focus on the Austria job.

That’s according to former Leeds United stopper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the German’s position.

Man United confirmed on 29 April, that Rangnick will take up the role as Austria’s manager at the end of the season.

It was also confirmed he will stay at Old Trafford in a consultancy role as announced when he joined the club earlier this summer.

Kenny is predicting Rangnick will be forced to resign and that could happen as soon as this summer.

“Well the club is all over the place and you have this guy doing another job,” Kenny told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.

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“Firstly, he has done absolutely nothing to justify himself staying around next season.

“I know it was agreed but the whole club needs change, he should resign, really.

“Secondly, how can he focus on two jobs? Why does he want to stay? Surely he wants to fully focus on the Austria job.

“You know what people will say if Austria start underperforming. They will be telling him to leave Man United to focus on the job.

“I think he will end up leaving at some point this summer or next season, I don’t think it’s sustainable so I think he will walk away.”

Erik ten Hag will become the new Manchester United manager in the summer.

He was announced as the club’s new boss on 21 April.

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