Times are changing a great deal at Manchester United, with Ed Woodward reportedly getting closer to the exit door.
According to reports in England, the club is set to make a change in the Chief Executive position, and the club’s director Richard Arnold tipped to take the CE role.
“United are reportedly close to unveiling a successor to outgoing chief executive Ed Woodward,” the Manchester Evening News reported.
“Woodward announced he would leave his current role at the end of the year following the failed European Super League plans, with Sky News suggesting Richard Arnold will be his replacement,” the outlet concluded.
Meanwhile, all eyes of the world will be on Old Trafford this weekend as Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to play for the club again after 12 years.