JURGEN KLOPP has praised Manchester United’s appointment of Ralf Rangnick by hailing him as an “organised and experienced coach”.
Klopp, whose managerial style was inspired by Rangnick, insists it is “not good news” for other Premier League clubs that the German has arrived in England.
When asked about Rangnick’s arrival, he said: “Unfortunately a good coach is coming to England, to Manchester United!
“He’s a really experienced manager, built two clubs from nowhere.
“Man United will be organised on the pitch. That’s obviously not good news for other teams.”
Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann also had his say on the incoming man utd boss and he reveals:
“I texted Ralf Rangnick and told him I think it’s great to see him at Man United. He will do MancUnited very well with the way he plays football”.
“I hope Rangnick will stay there as manager longer than just next summer”.
Rangnick has agreed a six-month managerial contract that will take him up until the end of the season after which he will begin his two-year deal as a consultant at Old Trafford as the Red Devils appoint a more long-term successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who was sacked by Man Utd following their shambolic 4-1 defeat to Watford last weekend.
Rangnick will not take charge of the Red Devils for their trip to Stamford Bridge on Sunday when they face Premier League leaders Chelsea.