Man Utd boss, Rangnick gets another managerial job
Ralf Rangnick, the Manchester United boss, has got himself a new appointment as he is set to leave Manchester United’s managerial role.
The German has agreed a two-year deal to take charge of Austria’s national team.
Rangnick will combine the job with his role as a consultant with Manchester United once Erik ten Hag resumes his position at Old Trafford.
Austrian outlet Kurier, reports that the 63-year-old has now also reached an agreement with the president of Austria’s Football Association (OFB).
The report claims that Rangnick would be officially confirmed by the OFB in coming days
Austria needed to appoint a new manager after they failed to make the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
After the Manchester United game against Chelsea at Old Trafford on Thursday, Rangnick will have just three games remaining in charge.
Meanwhile the responsibilities of Rangnick’s consultancy role at Old Trafford are yet to be confirmed at Old Trafford.