Manchester United have identified a viable successor for Ole Gunner Solskjaer, who was sacked last week after a spate of dismal performances. The club has moved quickly to appoint Ralf Rangnick as temporary manager, who will take over at Old Trafford for the next six months until a permanent successor is sought.
As if that was not enough, multiple sources now suggest that United have chosen to bring in Lars Konetka, a former Pep Guardiola assistant manager at Bayern Munich, to help Rangnick in his new post at Old Trafford.
Konetka is one of the top experts in pressuring patterns, having aided Guardiola in constructing Bayern Munich's dominating side since 2013. Previously, he worked with Rangnick at Hoffenheim, Shalke, and RB Leipzig.
This implies that United will bring in two capable tacticians to mold the group prior to the arrival of the next permanent manager. The players will no longer whine about the management's lack of strategy.
Do you believe United is on the right track or will this all end in tears?
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