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“INEOS are drawing up names” – Journalist shares big internal update from Man United

Manchester United is on the brink of welcoming Sir Jim Ratcliffe as a minority shareholder, and journalist Ben Jacobs has shared insights into the behind-the-scenes changes expected once the deal is finalized.

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The uncertainty surrounding the Red Devils’ future has persisted for the past 12 months, with speculation about the Glazer family’s potential departure.

Ratcliffe is poised to enter the Manchester United boardroom, with a proposed £1.4 billion deal for a 25% stake in the club, aiming to take control of football operations.

Respected journalist Alan Nixon suggests that Ratcliffe plans to commence his new role at Old Trafford on Monday.

Sir Dave Brailsford will play a crucial role in deciding whether to retain manager Erik ten Hag amid a challenging start to the season, marked by the team’s worst form since 1972.

Initial concerns about Ratcliffe’s arrival before the January transfer window due to regulatory processes have subsided.

The 71-year-old envisions a significant overhaul of the Red Devils’ scouting and acquisition network, expressing surprise at the spending under the Glazers without a substantial title challenge in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era.

Ratcliffe might turn to Jean-Claude Blanc, currently associated with INEOS, to assume the role of chief executive at Manchester United.

The appointment of a sporting director is also on the agenda, with Paul Mitchell emerging as a frontrunner, given his successful track record at previous clubs like Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, and RB Leipzig.

Ben Jacobs’ update reveals Ratcliffe’s intent to reshape the Manchester United boardroom with Blanc playing a pivotal role.

While Mitchell is a strong candidate for the role of sporting director, ten Hag’s position as the manager seems secure despite recent setbacks.

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