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Man Utd working on ‘three marquee arrivals’ to continue Sir Jim Ratcliffe revolution.



United are preparing “three marquee arrivals” in an effort to continue the Sir Jim Ratcliffe revival.Sir Jim Ratcliffe is rumored to be negotiating three additional marquee acquisitions for Manchester United as he continues to implement comprehensive changes at the club.

Nice proprietor and INEOS CEO Ratcliffe has acquired a 25 percent stake in his childhood club for over £1 billion. This represents his first investment in the club.


Having been bestowed with complete authority over football operations, he and his squad are expeditiously implementing significant modifications at Old Trafford.Omar Berrada is replacing Richard Arnold as CEO of rivals Manchester City. This is a highly anticipated development among supporters, considering his notable achievements as the chief football operations officer for Manchester City.


However, United have further plans and are organizing the acquisition of three players to occupy crucial positions within the club.


In the coming weeks, United are reportedly in the process of hiring a technical chief investigator, head of recruitment, and sporting director, according to Football Insider.Dan Ashworth of Newcastle United is the club’s primary candidate to replace John Murtough as sporting director. Murtough is reportedly at risk of losing his position as INEOS seeks a more seasoned figurehead.Following a string of unsuccessful transfers in recent years, the new upper management desires a fresh recruitment director, while a new recruiter is needed at the pinnacle of the hierarchy to identify the upcoming generation of talent.


Sam Barnett, who had been in the position of football negotiations manager since 2020, has been terminated. This marks the initial significant departure under the new administration.United will be severely constrained in their summer spending despite receiving a substantial infusion of funds, according to the same source.


Kieran Maguire, a financial expert, estimates that this is due to the club’s outstanding debt of £364 million in transfer-related fees to other clubs.


There are outstanding installments for athletes that they have recruited.