‘Now is the right time for me to leave’ – Michael Carrick departs Manchester United ahead of Ralf Rangnick arrival

After his brief stint as coach of Manchester United, Michael Carrick announced that he will leave the club after the 3-2 win over Arsenal.

Carrick stepped in in the wake of the departure of former coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and said after his second win in three games that he would leave Old Trafford before Ralf Rangnick arrived as interim manager.

The former Tottenham midfielder joined United in 2006, winning the Premier League and the Champions League among other titles.

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After his retirement, he joined Jose Mourinho’s squad before staying with Solskjaer.

“My time at this wonderful club has always started the best years of my career.”

“When I signed for the first time more than 15 years ago, I could never have imagined winning so many titles, and I will certainly not forget the great memories as a player and as a member of the coaching staff.

“However, after much thought and deliberation, I have decided that this is the right time for me to leave the club.

“I want to put on record my thanks to all the players and a special mention to the staff in the back rooms. Working long hours with such a wonderful group of people has been a real pleasure and I have made some long lasting friendships.

“I am, and always will be, a Manchester United fan and will attend as many matches as possible. I would like to wish Ralph [Rangnick]The coaching staff, players and fans all the best for the future and I am looking forward to being in the stands and supporting the boys as a fan.”

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Bruno Fernandes, who scored the equalizer for the hosts before the break, spoke to Amazon after the match.

He said: “Every win is important. It was difficult for us. Today we got a great victory. We can be satisfied that we beat Arsenal. The next game is coming fast so we have to be ready.”

The Portuguese midfielder was unsure how the match would go after Emile Smith Rowe’s controversial opening, saying: “I don’t know. Usually when the goalkeeper goes down we have to stop the match but mistakes happen. Players make mistakes. I don’t know if of judgment. If it is an error of judgment, it can happen.”

Fernandez has praised club and country teammate Cristiano Ronaldo, calling him “unbelievable. We all know he’s improving game after game, year after year. He wants to remain the best and that’s what he’s done. He knows how to do it. Motivate myself.”

Fernandes was also looking forward to the arrival of new manager Rangnick who now has a work permit to start at the club.

“I think it will come tomorrow,” he said. “Now it’s a new beginning, a new beginning. Every match is a new beginning, a new beginning.”

From the outgoing director, he was full of praise.

“He could be a really great coach in the future if he gets the chance. He knows how to talk, and he knows a lot about football,” he said.

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