Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick is likely to be available for United’s game against Arsenal to ease the burden on United’s legend Michael Carrick who is yet to lose a game as a manager having won one and drawn the other in his two-game in charge against Villarreal and Chelsea respectively.
But the Club in their latest post on their appointment of Ralf as the new manager has Premier league bosses Klopp and Thomas Tuchel being mentioned.
Both Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel as well as Ralf Rangnick are all Germans, with not much differentiation in their style of play as they love their players to work more off the ball to commit their opponents.
And Rangnick is known to be the father of gegengpressing, a high-pressing style of football where hard work and zonal pressing means the ball is won high in the opposition’s half in great attacking areas, a system that has worked out well for both Jurgen and Thomas for Liverpool and Chelsea respectively.
The 63-year old Ralf has been a keen admirer of a high-pressing style of game, having been evidenced during his time at Shalke 04 and RB Leipzig as a coach.
“In recent years, fellow German coaches Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel, Julian Nagelsmann and Ralph Hasenhuttl are all said to have been influenced by their fellow countryman.” The club statement reads.