English club Manchester United are close to hiring Ralph Rancock on an interim basis.
The 63-year-old German has reached an agreement with the club for the next six months.
Ralph will not be able to attend United’s next Sunday’s game against Chelsea due to a work permit, but he will be responsible for the next game.
Although United have reached an agreement with Ralph, they will no longer be able to reach an agreement with Locomotive Moscow, which is currently responsible for sports and development.
Ralph has agreed to join Manchester United after parting ways with Ole Gunnar Solshayer, who failed to coach the club for three years.
Rancock won the 2011 German Cup with Schalke and finished with Arbi Lipzik two years ago.
The German coach reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League with Schalke in the 2010/11 season, but lost 6-1 in a return leg against United.
Manchester United are eighth in the Premier League this season.
Salshayer, who scored in the 1999 Champions League final for United, was sacked after a 4-1 defeat at Watford.
Michael Carrick, the club’s former midfielder and Ole assistant coach, is currently leading the team on an interim basis.
United, led by Michael Carrick, secured top spot with a 2-0 win over Villarreal in the Champions League group stage.
Ranpuck: He coached Stuttgart, Hanover, Hoffenheim, Schalke and Lipzick. This is a recurring theme in German football.
Speaking to United earlier this week, Rancock has signed a six-month interim coaching deal with the club and could remain a technical member even after the club hires a permanent coach.
Football analysts say United should bring in the man They also offer the opportunity to find a permanent coach.
Mauricio Pochettino is rumored to be United’s first-choice coach. However, there are fears that a contract with PSG may not be available immediately.
United are set to play Michael Carrick in Sunday night’s clash with Chelsea.
Rancock has worked with current Chelsea boss Tuhul, and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is said to be a product of his playing philosophy.