Manchester United should not hire a sports director this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Thus, director Ed Woodward will continue to direct the Manchester United transitions for so long.
– Manchester United is seeking a restructuring centered on finding a person who can have full control over the transitions, but director Woodward continues to find a preferred candidate. He will continue to follow the transitions, writes the tabloid.
The club will hold talks with former players Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher and Patrice Evra, but the talks have gone far from a proposed committee approach involving several former players. However, United will still be open to hire a sports director who may be based at the club's offices in London, but is not expected to hire that summer.
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Of course, Ed Woodward is not the only one pulling the strings when Manchester United maneuvers in the transition market. The club picked up a player, Daniel James for £ 18m, so far in the summer of 2019, and so it happened, according to the Daily Mail.
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Matt Judge negotiated the agreement signed by Woodward. It is also the pair that had full control of the transitions of the last windows.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær and assistant Mike Phelan also have a voice. Either can veto a transition.
In addition, the bosses help Jim Lawlor and Mick Court find potential players. They use an analysis team to choose the players that fit the club.
At the moment, it is Aaron Wan-Bissaka who is most relevant to a move to Old Trafford. Manchester United have already received a rejected £ 35 million offer, but the 19-year-old is planning to join the Solskjaer club. Palace put a price tag of £ 60 million.
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