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5 changes(4-2-3-1) – Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s big first-team decision that will delight United fans – report

Similar to any business, changes in ownership lead to personnel and structural changes at all levels. Manchester United is likely to experience such changes when Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s 25% bid for the club is approved.

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While Ratcliffe will own only a quarter of the club, he will assume full control over its sports-related decisions.

One individual whose job security appears stable in light of potential ownership changes is manager Erik ten Hag, as per ESPN’s Rob Dawson. There could be an official reassurance from the new owner soon.

Ten Hag guided United to their first trophy in nearly six years last season and secured their return to the Champions League.

Although the start of this season has been challenging, this vote of confidence through the media is likely to be well-received by the fans.

This decision aligns with other popular choices made by the Ratcliffe regime regarding the club, such as plans to expand the stadium to accommodate 90,000 spectators.

Potentially, unpopular figures like Director of Football John Murtough and CEO Richard Arnold may be on their way out.

In this context, the manager represents a strong link between the fans and the club. Supporting the manager at such a critical juncture is a wise move, especially considering the manager’s popularity with the fans.

This is particularly crucial for Sir Jim, as his bid is already met with resistance from fans who want to see the end of the Glazers’ ownership.

For now, Ten Hag can focus on his role and the task of restoring United to its former glory, which has dwindled due to years of neglect and underinvestment by the Glazers.

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