Liverpool became champions of England after a 30-year drought, and Jurgen Klopp takes well-deserved credit for this triumph. Can his success be copied? Ralf Rangnick will verify in practice, as recently he agreed to become Milan manager for the start of the 2020–21 campaign.
Milan’s last considerable award came in 2011 after they won Serie A in 2011, and Rangnick’s appointment as a coach can be a turning point for Milan in this situation.
Rangnick does have impressive experience under his belt. As Leipzig’s manager, he lifted the club from the fourth row of German football to the Champions League. In his native Germany, the sporting director is considered as a person who is always ahead of his time. Moreover, Rangnick will be responsible for almost everything at Milan: from training the team to recruiting and signing footballers. The German is going to have absolute control, and he will definitely make the most of it.
Rangnick takes on the greatest role of his career up to now, but similar to the whole football world, we hope he can revive a lethargic giant of the European game.