Rangnick prepares to rock Jesse Marsh’s job at Leeds
The American coach was brought. Rangnick’s right-hand man in place of Michael Carrick. After the German was appoint interim manager. At the end of November last year.
However, with Manchester United’s appointment of Eric Ten Hag as their new manager and have brought in Mitchell van de Gag and Steve McClaren as assistants, Armas had to leave the team this summer.
Reports from The Athletic say the 49-year-old has a new destination: to take on the role of compatriot Jesse Marsh at Leeds United. Where he narrowly guided the team away from relegation. In the last match last season
The pair previously worked together at New York Red Bulls in 2015-2018. Then Armas was spurred on to become full-time manager. Following Marsh’s move to Red Bull Salz. Burg in Austria before being brought in by Rangnick to help at Old Trafford last year.
As quoted by football journalist Fabrizio Romano on Twitter, Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick opened up about his plans with incoming manager Erik ten Hag and what the club’s recruitment policy would look like from next term.
Rangnick was appoint by the club to lead the side late last year. Given the position on an interim basis until the end of the season as they looked to find a more permanent solution to their managerial problems. He will take over in an advisory role with the Manchester side from next season, working as a consultant.