Man Utd still not learning from previous mistakes despite Monaco opportunity

Manchester United is overseeing a major makeover behind the scenes, with head of football negotiations Matt Judge following Ed Woodward and scouts as they leave the club

The Glazer family has owned Manchester United since 2005
The Glazer family has owned Manchester United since 2005

Manchester United’s Football’s head of negotiations, Matt Judge, is expected to step down but the club have no plans to hire an equivalent replacement despite ties to Monaco’s Paul Mitchell.

the athlete have reported that Judge, who has been in United’s transfer business since 2014, will leave his position later this year and is currently working out his notice period. He is not expected to feature in the upcoming summer transfer window.

The judge’s decision is believed to have come after a series of structural changes at Old Trafford that led to the Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward‘s departure earlier this year. His relationship with the club is set to remain amicable but his imminent departure comes at an interesting time given other developments behind the scenes.

United were reportedly eyeing a new director of football, but that may have taken a lopsided turn after Mitchell turned down a move to England. The Englishman has been tempted to stick with the offer of a sizeable budget to spend in Monaco in the upcoming window.

Mitchell was appointed Monaco’s sporting director in 2020 after an impressive stint at RB Leipzig and is loud foot Mercatocould he remain at the French club despite some criticism of his efforts with Monaco.

Mitchell, who previously worked at Tottenham Hotspur & southampton, rose to prominence alongside Mauricio Pochettino after his stint with the Saints. He bought Nathaniel Clyne and other successful signings for the club and later joined Spurs with Pochettino in 2014. During his time there he bought Dele Alli, Son Heung-min and Toby Alderweireld into the squad. He is very popular in England and knows United’s current interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, from their time together in Leipzig.

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United’s backroom reshuffle has also resulted in the departure of chief scout Jim Lawlor and head of global scouting Marcel Bout. John Murtough who was appointed as the club’s first director of football and worked closely with Judge, is now considered the club’s head of football recruitment alongside technical director Darren Fletcher.

Richard Arnold, who took over from Woodward earlier this year, likes to keep a low profile when it comes to football decisions, unlike his predecessor.

Of course, more changes are planned at Old Trafford. Rangnick has just three Premier League games left before moving to a two-year advisory role as planned, despite being announced as Austria’s next national team boss. Erik ten Hag has been appointed on a four-year deal and will become the team’s next manager from July.

The Red Devils, who are currently sixth in the First League Table, will meet Brentford on Monday night as they look to strengthen their position in the top-6 before ending a disappointing away campaign Brighton and crystal palace.

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