Manchester United have introduced Ralf Rangnick will not be staying at Old Trafford as a marketing consultant regardless of his earlier settlement with the membership.
Rangnick was anticipated to remain at United for an additional two years in his new role however he has introduced he has left.
United stated in an announcement on Sunday: “We would like to thank Ralf Rangnick for his efforts as interim manager over the past six months.
“By mutual agreement, Ralf will now focus solely on his new role as manager of the Austria national team and will not therefore be taking up a consultancy role at Old Trafford.
“We would like to wish Ralf the best of luck in this next chapter of his career.”
It is known that Rangnick held a protracted dialog with new United supervisor Erik ten Hag, who has taken over on a three-year deal after leaving Ajax.
Ten Hag refused to be drawn on Rangnick’s role at the membership throughout his unveiling on May 23.
When requested about Rangnick’s consultancy role, the Dutchman replied: “That is on the club.”
Rangnick was appointed supervisor of Austria’s nationwide staff on April 29 but he announced he would still be working at United as a consultant.
Speaking final month, Rangnick stated: “I will take over as national team manager of Austria at the end of the season but will continue my consultancy with Manchester United.
“I’m really looking forward to playing my part in helping United become a real force again.”
Ten Hag, in the meantime, has already appointed his personal employees with Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren named as his assistants.
Rangnick received simply 11 of his 29 video games in cost of United after taking up the reins on an interim foundation on December 2, 2021.
United completed the season with the worst factors tally in their Premier League historical past, ending the marketing campaign in sixth spot beneath Rangnick’s steerage.
They had been additionally eradicated out of the Champions League and FA Cup by Atletico Madrid and Middlesbrough respectively.
Rangnick had taken over following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November.
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