Ralf Rangnick will leave Manchester United with the lowest win rate of any Red Devils manager in Premier League history regardless of whether the 20-time English champions beat Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Man United will finish their 2021-22 campaign at Selhurst Park, with the club looking to finish above West Ham United in the table to claim a Europa League spot for next term.
The Red Devils are currently sixth, two points clear of seventh-placed West Ham, with the Hammers finishing their campaign away to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Rangnick will step down as interim head coach at the end of the contest, with Erik ten Hag replacing the German as the club's permanent manager.
The 63-year-old will remain contacted to Man United as a consultant, though, balancing the role with managing the Austrian national team.
Rangnick has taken charge of 28 games for the Red Devils since his arrival last December and boasts a record of 11 wins, 10 draws and seven defeats, handing him a win rate of 39.29%.
Meanwhile, in the Premier League, he has been victorious in just 10 of his 23 games, which is a win rate of 43.5%.
Rangnick will be bidding to lead the team to all three points against Palace on Sunday, but he will still leave Old Trafford with the lowest win percentage of any Red Devils head coach in Premier League history even if the visitors triumph in their last game of the 2021-22 campaign.
Man United will also finish with their lowest points total in Premier League history regardless of their result against Patrick Vieira's side on the final weekend.
Ten Hag is expected to be in the stands at Selhurst Park, with the Dutchman becoming Man United's permanent manager this summer.
Rangnick has revealed that he has already been in contact with the incoming head coach and will meet him in person "either at the weekend or Monday morning".
The German is also set to play an important role for the club moving forward, and he is expecting to be a huge asset on a consultancy basis due to his knowledge of the European game.
"We spoke about that (Rangnick's role) in detail, about all the different areas where I could maybe be of help. It's not that easy or not that difficult to know in which areas this could be," he told reporters on Friday.
"I think we showed that in the last 15 years with Hoffenheim, Salzburg and Leipzig, even for clubs not as prominent as Manchester United, it's possible to identify, develop and even at one stage sell.
"I know Manchester United is not a selling club but rather a developing and buying club, but this is possible and this is what is most important, that the club finds players for whom it is the next next logical step is in their career, to develop their sporting career. If that happens, I can be positive and I can hopefully be encouraging for our fans that we will bring United back to the top."
Ten Hag is due to officially begin work as Red Devils boss on Monday, but the 52-year-old will take a break before the start of the team's pre-season, having stepped straight into work at the end of the Eredivisie campaign last weekend.