Former Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick has responded bluntly when asked about the vacant Germany job following Hansi Flick’s departure. Rangnick, who is currently without a managerial position, was asked about the possibility of taking over as the national team coach. However, he made it clear that he is not interested in the role.
Rangnick stated, “I am not available for the Germany job. I have other plans and ambitions.” The 63-year-old German coach did not elaborate on his future plans, but it seems he has his sights set on other opportunities.
Rangnick’s response comes after Flick stepped down as Germany’s head coach following their disappointing Euro 2020 campaign. Flick, who had previously enjoyed success with Bayern Munich, decided to leave the national team post after just over two years in charge.
The German Football Association (DFB) is now on the lookout for a new coach to lead the national team. Rangnick’s name had been mentioned as a potential candidate, given his experience and success in the football world. However, it seems that he is not interested in taking on the role at this time.
It remains to be seen who will be appointed as the new Germany coach. The DFB will likely consider various candidates before making a decision. The national team has a rich history and high expectations, so finding the right person for the job is crucial.
For more information on the Germany national team and their search for a new coach, you can visit this link: [Germany National Team Search for New Coach](https://www.fifa.com/associations/association/ger/)