Ralf Rangnick insists he has "no regrets" over taking Manchester United job

Manchester United's Interim boss Ralf Rangnick has insisted he has no regrets over taking the top job at Old Trafford.

The former RB Leipzig coach was appointed as United's interim boss in November after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked. However, even under the tutelage of the German, the Red Devils have continued to slip down the table.

And as United face a battle to secure European football with the gap widening to the Champions League spots, Rangnick has insisted he has no regrets in Manchester. Rangnick said ahead of the Red Devils' crunch clash with strugglers Norwich: "No, no regrets whatsoever."

Rangnick added: "I would do it over and over again. I don't regret that at all as a manager.

You always have to question and ask yourself what you could have done better, if I could have played with a different formation in certain games, if a substitution could have been done earlier. This is what always happens, we always question ourselves, what we could have done better.

"I think we are all aware it's not an easy squad, the whole situation was not easy or I would not be sitting here and Ole would probably still be here."

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Erik ten Hag is expected to take over the reins of the Red Devils over the summer.

Ten Hag is currently at Dutch giants Ajax, and he took the side to the semi-finals of the Champions League during the 18/19 season.

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