Man United finally agree deal with Premier League rivals for 53-year-old

Manchester United have finally agreed on a deal with Newcastle United for the appointment of Dan Ashworth as the club’s sporting director.

Manchester United have been trying to agree on a deal with Newcastle for the 53-year-old for weeks and the two clubs were not able to agree on a compensation package. It seems that they have now reached an agreement and a report from the Athletic claims that Ashworth will begin work in his new role with immediate effect.

Ashworth did an impressive job at Newcastle as their sporting director, and he will be expected to make a defining impact at Manchester United as well. The Red Devils have been quite mediocre with their transfer business in recent seasons, and it will be interesting to see if the arrival of Ashworth and Omar Berrada can improve their recruitment. They have spent a substantial amount of money on mediocre signings, and they must look to extract more value out of their investment.

Man United need to bring in quality players

Manchester United will be hoping to compete for major trophies next season and they need to improve their squad. It remains to be seen whether they can sign quality players this summer. Ashworth will be expected to contribute to the club’s recruitment this summer, and it will be interesting to see if Manchester United can plug the weaknesses in their squad before the new season begins.

They managed to win the FA Cup last season, but the Red Devils failed to secure Champions League qualification. They will be expected to return to the Champions League and push for major trophies next season. Quality signings will certainly help them in their quest for glory.

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  1. To be clear he didn’t do anything at Newcastle. Not there long enough and didn’t change any of then ongoing projects. He did get conned by Inter over Tonali. So dont get too excited.

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