Manchester United are buying the players they want and selling players who were considered surplus until this summer.
make reasonable decisions And that’s not the case with Old. Always Trafford Club business is refreshing and feels a little too good to be true. It was as if something bad was about to happen soon.
‘Why is my football club acting rational’, the fans are confused. They are used to making bad decisions. over the past decade because Ed Woodward made a number of mistakes during his tenure.
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Richard Arnold succeeded Woodward as Kingmaker in February of last year, and although some fans say it’s harder to get worse than his predecessor, his 18 months as CEO has been promising to date. this
The management structure has been tweaked and progress has been made on the pitch, much of it the work of Erik ten Hag, but it would have been harder for the Dutchman to succeed with Woodward above him.
Woodward was the club’s footballing right-hand man when he was unqualified to do so. He studied physics at Bristol University and is a qualified CPA.
Woodward’s tactics are always messed up. And Arnold was eager to distance himself from his predecessor upon his appointment. Therefore decided to step away from football to take care of the trade instead
Arnold was happy to hand over the mandate to Director of Football John Murtough and now has a multi-voice leadership group at the call of investors. Instead of making Woodward the sole captain of the ship,
United plunged into a dark abyss where Woodward made the decision. But the tide seems to be turning. Business this summer has been a boost and Ten Hag’s ruthless approach is once again propelling the club in the right direction.
Although it’s no secret that United have a poor record of selling players. But wages were successfully reduced and transfer fees increased. A few more payouts are expected in the coming weeks.
So far 15 have left the team, including Phil Jones, Axel Tuanzebe, David de Gea, Alex Telles and Anthony Elanga from the first team, while Zidane Iqbal and Charlie Savage have left the academy.
Di’Shon Bernard, Nathan Bishop, Ethan Galbraith, Ethan Laird, Bjorn Hardley, Charlie Wellens, Manni Norkett and Eric Hanbury have also left the club. with some leaving for a nominal fee and others leaving the club when their contracts expire.
Those exits have raised more than £20m and De Gea is the highest paid goalkeeper in the world. So his farewell was important. That money can be invested into the first team.
United have accepted a €15m (£12.93m) fee from Fenerbahce for midfielder Fred, who is flying in for a medical this weekend. And that is a reasonable amount for a 30-year-old who is entering the final year of his contract at the club.
West Ham have agreed a £30m fee with United for Harry. Maguire already and the agreement is expected to pass Players still have to agree personal terms with David Moyes’ side, but a clean slate for him is the best for everyone involved.
Maguire made just eight league starts last season. and he was stripped of the captaincy of the team which is the straw that broke the camel’s back, and Tom Heaton and Scott McTominay also wore an armband over him in pre-season games.
In addition to the scheduled sale of Fred and Maguire, United have accepted a £7.78m offer from Bayer Leverkusen for goalkeeper Matej Kovar, who has impressed with his quality on the ball in friendly games against Leeds and Lyon this summer.
Kovar is 23 and is on loan at Sparta. Prague last season in which he won the 1st division championship of the Czech Republic. So there is no going back to playing youth football at Leigh Sports Village at this stage in his career.
It is believed to be a buyback clause with a right of first refusal in the deal with Leverkusen. And the sale represents smart business considering the slow-growing goalkeeper and Andre Onana is the new No.1 stopper.
Dean Henderson, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailly and Brandon Williams are others who could walk down the exit door this summer. And the settler will gradually change, which is what fans Wanted for a while
There is still work to be done in the transfer market. But business this summer is going well.
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