Man Utd ‘reach agreement’ with Ralf Ragnick as next manager with hidden contract clause

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Manchester United have reportedly reached an agreement with Ralf Ragnick to become their interim manager. Michael Carrick had been placed in caretaker charge since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking. Rumours had circulated on the possibility of Mauricio Pochettino taking charge since, although it looks as though the club have made their decision. 

The Old Trafford hotseat has been a topic of fierce debate in the days since Solskjaer’s dismissal. 

Pochettino seemed to be the most likely option to replace him, but with similar problems cropping up for many of the club’s managerial targets, leaving PSG mid-season has proven difficult. 

The board earlier stated that their intention was to appoint an interim manager who could lead the side through the rest of the season. 

Ragnick’s name has long been in the mix, and the latest reports indicate that an agreement has been reached on both his short-term and long-term roles with the Red Devils. 

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