Ex-England international Owen Hargreaves has said that he is not concerned by the lack of silverware on Rangnick’s resume.
The 63-year-old German gaffer has not won a single silverware but Owen is considering that the former Schalke 04 boss never had a squad with the quality Manchester United boast.
The Red Devils will be announcing the arrival of Ralf Rangnick as their interim manager any moment from now.
He replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was sacked last Sunday following a series of bad results.
“Ralf Rangnick took Schalke to a Champions League semi-final and that wasn’t a team that should have been in a Champions League semi-final,” Owen said, according to Metro.
“I can’t think of one job he’s done where he hasn’t overachieved.
“The whole trophy thing, I’m not too worried about that because he’s never had a group of players like this.
“For his body of work and all the years he’s had in football, this is a gift to him.
“He’s probably not 100 percent sure either, but it’s an exciting opportunity to take that group with his experience.”
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