Manchester United is not expected to hire a sports director this summer, according to Daily Mail.
Thus, director Ed Woodward will continue to manage Manchester United's transitions for so long.
– Manchester United is pursuing a restructuring aimed at finding a person who may have complete control over the transitions, but director Woodward continues to find a preferred candidate. He will continue to move himself on the transitions, he writes in the tabloid newspaper.
The club will have talks with former players Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher and Patrice Evra, but the talks will withdraw from the proposal for a similar approach to a committee involving several former players. However, United will still be open to take a sports director who may be at the club's offices in London but is not expected to hire this summer.
Take this result Solskjaer?
Ed Woodward is not the only one to pull the threads when Manchester United maneuver in the transition market. The club has taken one player, Daniel James for £ 18 million, so far in the summer of 2019, and so it happened, according to Daily Mail.
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The Matt Judge negotiated the deal signed by Woodward. He is also the duo who has had complete control over the transitions of the last windows.
Ole Gunnar Solskeller and assistant Mike Ferlan also have the word. Both of them can veto a transition.
Heads also help Jim Lowler and Mick Court to find potential players. They use an analysis team to select players who will fit into the club.
At the moment, Aaron Van-Bissa is best suited for the transition to Old Trafford. Manchester United has already received a £ 35m bid, but the 19-year-old man has wished to join the club at Solskjayer. The palace set a price of 60 million pounds.
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