Rangnick adviser on Man United link: ‘something to the story’

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An adviser of Ralf Rangnick told dpa on Thursday that a news report saying the German is to become interim coach at Manchester United for the rest of the season is more than speculation. “There is something to the story,” the adviser said. The Athletic had reported that United have reached an agreement with the former Leipzig, Schalke and Hoffenheim coach Rangnick, provided he is released out of his current contract as Lokomotiv Moscow sports director. The report said that the 63-year-old is be in charge of United until the end of the season in succession of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and then conti…

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