The directors of Manchester United ( MU ) are reportedly starting to speed up the process of selecting their new manager. They are targeting this process to be completed by the end of March.
Manchester United will almost certainly have a new manager in the summer. This is because they will not make Ralf Rangnick their current interim manager.
The Red Devils are currently hunting for a new manager. There have been several names that have been rumored to be candidates for the new boss of the Red Devils.
Sky Sports reports that the United Board of Directors is currently speeding up this process. They hope this new manager can be elected at the end of this month.
The report reports that the MU management really speed up the process of recruiting this new manager. They want this process to be completed by the end of the month.
This is because United want the new manager to be immediately involved in their team. Especially for the transfer of players in the summer, including their pre-season preparations.
In addition, they want the manager to decide the fate of the players whose contracts are running out.
Take advantage of the International Pause
The report also claims that United have been helped by the international break this time around.
In this international break, they can freely communicate with their prospective managers. Because most of the target MU currently coach the club and not the national team.
According to a number of reports circulating, Erik Ten Hag is still the main candidate for the new manager of Manchester United.
On the other hand, names such as Julen Lopeteguii, Mauricio Pochettino and Luis Enrique are also rumored to be on the Red Devils’ radar.