Sir Jim Ratcliffe takes over

Christmas is not quiet at Old Trafford at all. A few days after the completion of the 13th defeat of the tournament against West Ham (2-0), the team news shook The Red Devil From Manchester. An announcement that could change the future of the team’s season , as well as the future of the entity. After being presented primarily by several English media, Manchester United Stated that Sir Jim Ratcliffe bought a 25% stake in Manchester United, worth between 1,250 and 1,300 million pounds sterling. That is, almost 1500 million euros.

An early gift to the fans Red DevilsAnd this , as part of the agreement that the owner of Ineos reached with the Glazers, the current owners of the Mancunian club, “A petrochemical billionaire takes over football operations at Old Trafford”. Although, according to allegations in the British Isles, the process of ratifying the Premier League may take between six and eight weeks, Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s idea is to take responsibility for sporting decisions, “including the recruitment of players”.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe takes over

This will also include a decision on the future of Eric ten Haag. The Dutch technician was unable to re-float during the 2023-2024 project, which he himself began to build during the last academic year, and with Red Devils Knocked out of the Champions League and the Carabao Cup, His future is getting further and further away from Old Trafford. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who beat Qatari Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani in the race to get into the club and is a fan of Manchester United, He has promised to invest 245 million pounds sterling (more than 280 million euros) to improve the infrastructure at Old Trafford and the Carrington training ground.

For his part, the British billionaire, Also the owner of nice – In England they reported that he would try to sell the French club for 80 million pounds – “he will recommend job cuts and efficiency savings in several departments of Manchester United after buying it,” as I reported before The Daily Mail. And this is Sir Jim Ratcliffe feels that he can do a better job of managing the sports operation than the current American owners. The development of a scenario that could begin with the dismissal of Eric ten Haag.

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