United’s govt vice-chairman has been extensively criticised for his work within the switch market over the previous few years
Ed Woodward is to stay in control of Manchester United’s switch enterprise with the membership stalling on their determination to nominate a sporting director.
The Pink Devils had been anticipated to deliver somebody in to supervise United’s transfers, with the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher and Patrice Evra all holding talks with the membership over current months.
There was additionally stated to be curiosity in technical administrators not affiliated with the Outdated Trafford membership, with Monchi, Fabio Paratici and Paul Mitchell additionally linked with the position.
Nevertheless, the Daily Mail declare a sporting director will NOT be appointed this summer time with United chiefs believing their present system is working nicely sufficient.
This implies Woodward, United’s govt vice-chairman, is urgent forward with switch negotiations himself as he stays in sole cost.
A summer time deal has already been wrapped up for Daniel James, the Wales winger, with United paying Swansea £18million for the teen’s companies.
While this appears a wise and low risk move, Woodward has had more failures than successes during his time in charge of the Red Devils’ transfer business.
He has been criticised for signing under-performing players on high wages, such as Alexis Sanchez, and messing up the club’s wage structure which has led to David de Gea searching for an Old Trafford exit.
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Woodward is expected to try and sign Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Leicester and Crystal Palace respectively this summer time, as supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prepares for his first full season in control of Man United.