Speaking to Sky Sports after the Brentford game, Ralf Rangnick said: “In the end, I’m not happy with it [his time as an interim manager at Manchester United].”
“The results, especially in the last four or five weeks [haven’t been good enough]. Until the West Ham game, we were still in the race in three competitions.”
“We had good moments until that, we conceded fewer goals but performances haven’t been as good as they should have been. We lacked consistency.”
Manchester United secured a comfortable 3–0 win against Brentford on Monday in their last Old Trafford game of the 2021/22 campaign.
Rangnick will be taking over as the Austria head coach in the summer but the German will also serve as a consultant under Erik ten Hag.