Manchester United are set to make a fresh start under new management at Old Trafford, but the Ralf Rangnick era will not begin yet.
The Red Devils have appointed Rangnick as their new interim manager following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager.
The German has signed a six-month contract and will then hold a consultancy post for two years after leaving his post at Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow.
But when will Rangnick be in the canoe for the first time? talkSPORT.com takes a look …
Who will take charge of Man United vs Chelsea?
Michael Carrick has taken charge of both United appearances since Solskjaer’s exit.
The former midfielder has been temporarily charged after the club parted ways with the Norwegian following the 4-1 horror show at Watford.
Carrick’s first outing as manager helped United retaliate last week with a 2-0 Champions League win over Villarreal.
He was then in a dugout for their 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Sunday.
And Carrick will remain in charge of the Premier League on Thursday against Arsenal, the club have confirmed.
United announced on Monday that Rangnick was the new acting manager, but his work visa has yet to be finalized.
What will happen to Michael Carrick now?
Carrick is expected to return to his coaching role he has held since his own retirement following Rangnick’s arrival.
According to the Telegraph, Rangnick will only bring a small number of coaches with him, including Lars Kornetka, who worked with him at RB Leipzig.
After his appointment was confirmed, Rangnick pledged to get the most out of the United squad during his short tenure.
“The team is full of talent and has a good balance of youth and experience,” he said.
“All of my efforts over the next six months will be to help these players realize their potential, both individually and, most importantly, as a team.
“Beyond that, I look forward to supporting the club’s long term goals on an advisory basis.”