Julian Nagelsmann admits he will be dressed for success when he makes his first visit to Old Trafford tomorrow/tonight in the Champions League.
Nagelsmann will take his RB Leipzig side to face Manchester United in a mouth-watering Group H showdown.
The dashing German became a social media sensation after wearing a startling grey suit for Leipzig's Champions League semi-final defeat to PSG in last season's competition.
Now the 33-year-old is planning to wear another "special one" to mark his debut trip to the 'Theatre of Dreams'.
He said: "I have a special one for Wednesday as well. The trousers will not be that special, but the rest is kind of special.
"Not as special as the suit against PSG, but it is ok. It is a bit British style. A friend of mine sent me messages about it and pictures from Instagram.
"It's not a problem. I only laugh about it. I wear these things I like and at the end I try to do my best with my work."
Nagelsmann became the youngest manager to reach the last four last season after outwitting the likes of Jose Mourinho and Diego Simeone en-route to the semis.
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He is refusing to get too excited about United's stunning win at PSG in their opening group game, but knows he will be coming up against a club that remains one of the giants of European football.
Nagelsmann added: "When I analyse an opponent I do not look at the results. I try to find out how they score goals, concede, build up play, counter attack, counter-press, other things.
"So the result doesn't count for much. In the end I don't think any of my players will say Manchester United is not that good.
"We know that their start (in the Premier League) was not that good but, at the end, it is one of the biggest clubs in the world, a big name in European football and the Champions League.
"I've never played in Old Trafford or been there. It will be a great experience. I watched a lot of games in the 'Theatre of Dreams' and of Manchester United on television. Now to be part of the stadium will be perfect."
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