Michael Carrick maintained unbeaten run after talking over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when he was sacked due to poor performance managing Manchester United.
Carrick led the United in three important games against Villarreal, Chelsea and Arsenal.
He won two games and drew with Thomas Tuchel side, Chelsea.
It was shocking to hear that he has resigned after winning against Arsenal.
But now, the new Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, has admitted he failed to stopped Michael Carrick from leaving the club and work with him.
Carrick announced he was leaving United after leading the team to a 3-2 win over Arsenal on Thursday.
It ended the 40-year-old’s spell as caretaker, in which he also defeated Villarreal 2-0 and drew 1-1 with Chelsea.
Rangnick on Friday revealed he spoke with Carrick at length about the prospect of remaining at the club, but the ex-midfielder’s mind was already made up.
“I had a conversation with Michael for more than an hour and tried to convince him [to stay], but he needed a break and I understand his decision.
“I am more than happy to work with the current staff because I need their expertise on the current squad. I will try and find one, two, maybe three people to help us. But due to Brexit, it’s not that easy,” Rangnick said