Football NewsKlopp reacts to news of Ralf Rangnick coming to Man Utd
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a big fan of Ralf Rangnick’s and expects him to have a positive impact when he once transferred the management reins to Old Trafford.


A little about the topic

The Red coach reacts to news that his fellow countryman is ready to take the management reins at Old Trafford, with the Red boss saying that unfortunately a good coach is coming to Man Utd. Since Man Utd made the decision to part ways with Solskjaer’s services, they are now looking for a wealth of experience to help get them back on track on a temporary basis. Ralf is set to see the 2021-22 campaign with the Premier League heavyweights, and Jurgen expects his German counterpart to celebrate his authority on the underdeveloped side and get them moving in the right direction.


What did Klopp say about Ralf Rangnick?

Asked about Ralf’s imminent arrival in English football ahead of the Reds’ clash with Southampton on Saturday, Jurgen Klopp told reporters that unfortunately a good coach is coming to England and Manchester United. Ralf Rangnick built the most famous two clubs out of nowhere for proper threats and forces in Germany with Leipzig and Hoffenheim. Ralf has done many different jobs in football, but his first concern has always been to be a coach and manager. This is his best skill, obviously.

Man Utd will be organized on the court, they need to understand this – obviously not good news for other teams! But all the coaches in the world, they need time to train with their teams, and Rangnick will quickly realize that he has no time to train as they play all the time, so it’s a little difficult for him. Besides, a really good person and an outstanding coach, if that happens, will come to England. Jurgen Klopp added that he is highly regarded among coaches and wherever Ralf Rangnick is, he has done an incredible job.

Rangnick started early as a very, very young man in Stuttgart to coach the second team and walk from there. Klopp is confident that he went to Ulm and took them to the Bundesliga, which was insane at the time. They first ran into each other when Klopp was a very young coach and Ralf was in Hanover, he could forget about it.

According to Klopp, they always played their opponent a week late, so Ralf Rangnick called him, the young manager in Mainz, and asked a lot of questions. Jurgen was happy that big Rangnick called him, but he got all the information he needed. They got promoted, they didn’t. So Ralf Rangnick owes him something else! In the football world in Germany, he is very, very well appreciated, and rightly so.