According to reports in the British press, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal offered to walk away from his position after the Red Devils' loss to Southampton at Old Trafford on Saturday.
It is widely believed that Pep Guardiola would prefer Manchester United to be his next destination, but the club have stated they aren’t interested. A pundit has now revealed that the reason being cited at the club is that he doesn’t have enough Premier League experience. Spanish football expert Graham Hunter has spoken about Pep Guardiola’s interest in the club and has slammed the board for not looking at Guardiola as their next manager, as Louis van Gaal doesn’t seem to be impressing at Old Trafford. “For some months, maybe a couple of years, he wanted to tick the box about taking over at Manchester United.” Hunter was quoted as saying by Talksport. “He repeatedly talked about breathing pure football in England and being head over heels in love with the tradition, history and atmosphere at Manchester United that he saw as a player under [Sir Alex] Ferguson.” Ed Woodward not good enough Hunter also slammed Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed […]
Manchester United marched to their 4th consecutive defeat in all competitions against Stoke City this weekend and manager Louis van Gaal has said he will speak to Ed Woodward about his future.
Manchester United have revealed the cost of missing out on UEFA Champions League football in the annual accounts published by the club on Thursday, with an 8.8% drop in total revenue recorded for the financial year ending 30th June
Despite the arrival of players like Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay and Bastian Schweinsteiger, has Ed Woodward really succeeded in leading Manchester United?
Ahead of the home tie against Newcastle United, Louis van Gaal was met with a fmailiar barrage of questions pertaining transfers. As he has done before, van Gaal revealed little, highlighting how it was his job to protect the interests of the club, which involved the retaining of any transfer news, firmly within the club.
Speaking to Manchester United official television channel, the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward gave an insight into theA�scouting process and how Manchester UnitedA�signs new players. Ed Woodward is a much loved character among the Manchester United fans, and for good reasons. He has snapped up Juan Mata, Angel Di Maria in the past few seasons and the quartet of Matteo Darmian, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Morgan Schneiderlin, and Memphis Depay this season. Woodward reveals how Manchester United scout player When asked toA�explainA�the scouting process, WoodwardA�said in an interview with MUTV: “Ita��s actually fairly straightforward. We have a global scouting network thata��s all over many countries and key markets from a football perspective. The scouts are watching matches and we have a huge amount of data we purchase and a pyramid approach in terms of delivering that information to our chief scout and his team who are assessing it. So wea��re always able to look at a position and have our view in […]
Woodward sets the bar high for Van Gaal but insists that the club will continue to spend in the January transfer window
Manchester United executive chairman Ed Woodward has insisted that the Red Devils are in a financial position to break the world record transfer fee if required
Ed Woodward has hinted at more new signings while insisting that Manchester United remains an attractive destination despite lack of European football.