Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick watches England play West Indies in Barbados, but fans are convinced he’s not just on holiday

RALF RANGNICK was a surprise guest at England’s cricket match against the West Indies in sunny Barbados.

the Manchester United Interim boss could be seen in the stands Day four of the second test – but some fans believe the trip could be more for business than pleasure.

Rangick pictured in Barbados alongside Greenidge


Rangick pictured in Barbados alongside GreenidgePhoto credit: Twitter / @windiescricket

Rangnik63, was pictured alongside legendary former West Indies opening batsman Sir Gordon Greenidge.

With Manchester United eliminated from the FA Cup this weekend and with an international break next week, the German has had some free time.

He was a “special guest” at the Kensington Oval while holidaying in Barbados with Greenidge, 70, with United absent from action until April 2.

After the West Indies cricket team posted the picture on their Twitter account, some suspected Rangnick may have a secret mission on the agenda.

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United’s owners, the Glazer family, have been rumored to be interested in getting into cricket by buying a team in the new UAE Twenty20 League.

And Rangnick’s attendance at a cricket match, albeit an international one, has fueled further rumours.

club legend Gary Neville slammed Avram Glazer last week for jetting to Dubai to discuss cricket Shortly after United were eliminated from the Champions League.

However, SunSport understands the Glazers are not currently actively pursuing a cricket team purchase.


Rangnick was appointed interim boss of Old Trafford in December Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired.

He is set to move to a consultant role in the summer when a new permanent manager is due to be hired.

Ajax coach Erik ten Hag and Paris Saint Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino are the current front runners for the gig.

But Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has also emerged as a shock candidate amid the sanctions chaos at Stamford Bridge. Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick watches England play West Indies in Barbados, but fans are convinced he’s not just on holiday


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