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Ratcliffe January transfer plans for Man Utd implode as push to sell two stars dead to Ten Hag are revealed.

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Attempts to sell two stars dead to Ten Hag are exposed, which causes the January transfer plans for Ratcliffe to collapse for Manchester United.It is highly doubtful that Manchester United will make any significant acquisitions during the January transfer window. This is due to the fact that the club has had an additional delay as a result of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s involvement in the club, and there are claims that their top priority are to find new homes for two stars that Erik ten Hag wants to go.

 

Over the course of a year, the Glazer family finally came to the realization that they needed to either cash in on their investment or bring in fresh investment at Old Trafford. The Red Devils were initially placed up for sale. Following a protracted takeover process, it was ultimately agreed that the best course of action would be for them to acquire a twenty-five percent stake in Manchester United. This decision was made by the British billionaire Ratcliffe.

 

In spite of the fact that several weeks have passed since Ratcliffe’s £1.4 billion purchase into the club was agreed upon, the official stock market green light regarding his interest in United is still waiting to be ratified.In the beginning, the announcement was scheduled to take place during the first week of November; but, due to additional delays in the compilation of the legal papers, it was postponed until after the Thanksgiving holidays in the United States.However, despite the fact that people in the United States have resumed their normal work schedules, there is still no clarity from the other side of the Atlantic regarding when an announcement will really be made.

 

Ratcliffe, who was already getting to work at United in an unofficial role, has been blocked from pushing through his plans for the January window as a result of all of this, which is bad news for him.

 

As part of his reorganization, John Murtough, who was previously the director of football, will be transferred to a new position, and Ratcliffe will be in charge of a new department that will be led by a new sporting director who has not yet been appointed.

 

One of the most likely candidates for the position is Paul Mitchell, who was born in Stalybridge and is presently playing for Monaco, a team that is a behemoth in Ligue 1.

 

In the head-to-head standings of the Premier League big six for the 2023–24 season, Manchester United has a perfect record of losing.

 

Possible major transfer business for Manchester United in the summerEven if there is a reorganization, it is highly likely that Murtough will be retained, albeit in a different capacity.

 

In spite of the fact that there are already arrangements in place to place Mitchell in the role of sporting director, the fact that Ratcliffe has not yet been confirmed means that negotiations with Monaco to release Mitchell have also been delayed.

And because Ratcliffe wants Mitchell to have a complete say over the incoming transfers at the club, it is quite possible that their ambitions to make new signings in January would be affected as a result of this.All of this will come as a devastating blow to Ten Hag, who has been going through a campaign that has been extremely frustrating and inconsistent up to this point.

 

There is a high probability that the problems that surrounded the takeover have made their way down through the club and have had an effect on the results, which have been difficult to say the least.

 

And despite the fact that there has been a slight improvement in prospects since the month of November, the only thing that will suffice is a victory in the Champions League encounter that will take place on Wednesday at Galatasaray. A draw or a loss will severely dampen any newly discovered optimism.

 

In the meantime, Ten Hag would like additional monies to be allocated in order to assist in strengthening a team that still has areas of glaring weakness.

 

It has been asserted, on the other hand, that any large incomings appear to be improbable at this point and have a better chance of being successful in the summer window than they do in the winter market.

 

The Ratcliffe During the month of January, the focus is on selling undesired Manchester United players.Instead, it has been stated that United will concentrate on getting rid of some of the deadwood, which are individuals who are no longer a part of Ten Hag’s goals.

 

Ten Hag has expressed his desire to move on from a number of players who are now playing for the club or who are associated with it.

 

Because of this, it is quite likely that Ratcliffe’s first task at Old Trafford will be to arrange the sale of both Jadon Sancho and Donny van de Beek, two players who are not a part of United’s plans moving ahead.

 

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