It is hardly a surprise that Ralf Rangnick has revealed that he is not “completely happy” with how things have turned out at Manchester United, is it?

The newly-appointed Austria manager will step away from the Man Utd dugout at the end of the season as planned, as Erik ten Hag will replace him.

As we all knew, Rangnick had only arrived as an interim boss following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, but since he has been in charge since December, things have certainly not panned out the way the Red Devils would have been hoping.

Indeed, those who place bets on the Premier League side using will not have been happy with how things have turned out for the team, either, unless they have bet against them.

Rangnick recently had his final home match on Monday night as the team managed to defeat Brentford 3-0, and whilst there are a couple of away games to play, it is evident that this season has been nothing more than a disaster for the iconic club.

Speaking to BBC Sport, he concluded: “In the end, I’m not happy with the results, especially in the past four or five weeks.”

Indeed, the club currently sit sixth in the Premier League, look set to miss out on the UEFA Champions League, and qualifying for the elite European competition is something that the interim boss had thought would be a bare minimum in his time.

“I’m not completely happy with those six months. I would have expected to qualify for the Champions League; that was the goal we had.

“We lost quite a lot of important players. From the team that won against West Ham [on 22 January], for the next game three players were injured. Other teams brought in players in the window.

“We had good moments, we conceded fewer goals but in the last few weeks performances have not been as good as they should have been. In general, we have lacked consistency.”

There is a lot of work needed to be done at Carrington and the club, with a number of new faces required.

Erik ten Hag will certainly have his work cut out, whilst Rangnick will need to somehow split time between providing managing Austria, as well as being fulfilling the consultancy role that he has with Manchester United.

It will certainly be interesting to see what happens in the summer, but one thing you can guarantee is that there will be plenty of changes.