Manchester United interim boss, Ralf Rangnick, will not continue at Old Trafford after his six-month deal expires.
According to EuroSports, the German will seek a managerial job at another Premier League club.
Rangnick, whose contract papers state that he will move into a consultancy role, does not want to continue at United
United defeated Crystal Palace 1-0 on Sunday in Rangnick’s first game in charge of the team.
He has largely acted as a Director of Football in different clubs in Europe than being a manager over the past decade.
The plan is for Rangnick to move into a consultancy role at Old Trafford at the end of the season, when the club will hire a permanent boss.
But, Rangnick wants to remain in charge as a manager beyond the six months, and will search for managerial opportunities in the Premier League if he is not given that chance by United.
Eurosport reports that the 63-year-old has a renewed desire for top-level coaching.