Ralf Rangnick has made further changes to Manchester United’s coaching set-up following the appointment of Ewan Sharp as assistant coach and team analyst.
Sharp previously worked under Rangnick at New York Red Bulls, Toronto FC and most recently Lokomotiv Moscow.
The Scotsman’s appointment was confirmed on United’s official website on Wednesday.
Since taking over as interim manager last month, Rangnick has also brought in coach Chris Armas and sports psychologist Sascha Lense.
First-team coach Michael Carrick departed soon after Rangnick’s arrival, while fellow backroom staff member Kieran McKenna was appointed as Ipswich Town boss last week.
Rangnick has until the end of the season to make his mark at Old Trafford, with the scope of a further two years as a consultant.
United have won two and drawn one of their first three games under the German and return to action on Monday with a trip to Newcastle United.
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