Tag: Ed Woodward

Ed Woodward will step down as Manchester United’s chief executive in April, with Richard Arnold taking over on February 1st

Richard Arnold will take over as Manchester United’s chief executive on February 1, succeeding Ed Woodward, who will depart the club in April. Since 2013, Woodward has led the club, spending over £1 billion on transfers yet failing to win the Premier League. On February 1, Richard Arnold will take over as Manchester United’s chief […]

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Ed Woodward backs Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s long term plan at Manchester United ahead of the transfer window

Indications have shown that Manchester United will adopt a long-term approach to recruitment, focused on the summer transfer windows. This is in support of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is confident of the club’s backing of his plan ahead of the summer transfer window. To amplify the support, the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has supported […]

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Manchester United lost £70 million in 2020 due to COVID-19

Manchester United lost £70 million during the 2019-2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic that affected the smooth flow of football across Europe, the Premier League in particular. Manchester United expected to generate £580 million in revenue last season. But the club ended up generating only £509 million in revenue before the season ended in […]

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Vice-Chairman of Manchester United Ed Woodward Gives Condition that Can Make the Club competitive in Transfer Market

The executive vice-chairman of Manchester United Ed Woodward said the club aims to be competitive in the transfer market this summer but that can only happen if there is “visibility of a path through” the coronavirus pandemic. Ed Woodward has earlier stressed that this summer’s transfer window would not be “business as usual” due to […]

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