Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp voices that “unfortunately a good coach is coming to England” if Man Utd agree a deal with Ralf Rangnick.
Liverpool’s arch-rivals are all-set to recruit the German, as temporary manager on a six-month pact.
Klopp is one of the youthful German coaches who looked up to Rangnick and they overlooked each other as rival bosses.
“United will be organised on the pitch,” said Klopp. “That’s not good news for other teams.”
Rangnick has served as director of football of the Red Bull group of clubs and is presently manager of Lokomotiv Moscow, sports and development club of Russia.
Red Devils are sorting out the ending details of Rangnick’s move, which will see him switch to a two-year advisory at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
“He’s a really good man and an outstanding coach,” appended Klopp. “He’s a really experienced manager and famously built two clubs from nowhere to proper forces in Germany,” said Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig.
“He’s done a lot of different jobs in football, but his first concern was always being a coach, being a manager, and that’s what his best skill is.”
Michael Carrick will hold chief of Manchester United for Sunday’s Premier League tour to Chelsea, and even though Rangnick will not be at Stamford Bridge, it is reckon he will be in the cave for Thursday’s Premier League game at home facing Arsenal.