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    WITH 13 days to go in a transfer window like no other, top clubs and players are still scrambling to solve their futures. As families around the country tighten their belts and explore every avenue to reduce bills, familiar faces and new forces alike are spending huge sums in the Premier League. 2Ten Hag is scrambling around for new players as the end of the window nearsCredit: Reuters 2Boehly has conducted transfer business himself since taking over as ownerCredit: Getty The summer sales do not end until September 1 — but Prem clubs are set to smash the 2017 record spend for a single window of £1.43billion. A total of £1.4bn has been splashed and there is still so much to decide — with managers and sporting directors expecting the market to only get busier before the deadline. Chelsea are the biggest Prem spenders so far. Now under the ownership of Todd Boehly — who is heading up recruitment personally — the Blues are sticking to a tried-and-tested formula. READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Casemiro ADVANCED TALKS, Sir...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has told Manchester United that he would like to leave the club immediately. The United board should grant him his wish as soon as possible, providing he isn’t sold to another Premier League side and providing the club can find an adequate replacement. 1Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Man Utd this summerCredit: EPA This is just what Erik ten Hag didn’t need two weeks into the job but I’m not convinced he didn’t know about this earlier in the window. Regardless of when he found out, given the season starts in exactly a month, it presents the Dutchman with a huge issue and places even more pressure on those in charge of recruitment.   Let’s be clear from the beginning. Ronaldo does what works for Ronaldo. We can debate all day about who said what and when, but what we do know is that Ronaldo wants out and United’s doddery recruitment team have to work against the clock to find a replacement. READ MORE ON MAN UTDUNITED LATEST Malacia announced, Eriksen set for medical after...
    RALF RANGNICK has agreed to work "six days a month" in a consultancy role for Manchester United next season. Rangnick, 63, was confirmed as Austria boss on Friday morning on a two-year deal with the national team. 1Rangnick will take over the Austria national team job but will remain in a consultancy role at Old TraffordCredit: Reuters The German's continued work at Old Trafford will be "focused around recruitment". The Telegraph report that Rangnick and next season's manager Erik ten Hag haven't even connected yet. Rangnick said said: “I can confirm that I will definitely continue at the end of this season with my consultancy role. "I didn’t say I would have a big part moving forward, but we have definitely agreed now about both the content and time of my consultancy role. READ MORE ON MAN UTDUnited news Ronaldo rescues Red Devils AGAIN, Rangnick CONFIRMED as Austria coach “So far we haven’t spoken – Erik and myself. That will hopefully happen in the future. "But as I said I’m more than happy and willing to help and...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly 'started the process' to appoint their new permanent manager. Ralf Rangnick is currently the interim boss, but is expected to take up a two-year consultancy at the end of the season. 3PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino is believed to be high on Man United's shortlistCredit: Getty And according to The Athletic, United have officially began the search to find a permanent boss. It is reported that 'a shortlist of candidates is thought to have been finalised and 'efforts are being made to arrange preliminary conversations'. PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino and Ajax chief Erik ten Hag are 'among the options' for the top job at Old Trafford. United sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, with the Red Devils languishing down in seventh. But Rangnick, despite some early bumps, has got the side well on track for a top-four finish. Their latest 4-2 victory away at fierce rivals Leeds leaves United on 46 points in fourth, four ahead of West Ham. Most read in SportBASKET-BRAWL Shocking video shows coach throw a punch as chaos erupts at college gameDENNY'S DEN...
    ALMOST a decade after Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, Manchester United are looking at yet another ‘rebuild’. Sadly, it’s a word that supporters have grown all-too-familiar with since the legendary Scottish manager's departure. 2Recently appointed Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick has a huge task on his hands at Old TraffordCredit: Reuters 2Cristiano Ronaldo and the Red Devils have endured a difficult festive periodCredit: AFP There’s actually so much wrong with United that it’s difficult to know where to start. The squad and club as a whole needs a complete reset from top to bottom, and below are just several issues that need immediate attention: OWNERS Ultimately, it starts and ends with them. Ferguson and former Chief Executive David Gill hid so many problems with their success, but the moment they left in 2013, the walls started to cave in. Will the current owners get it right and deliver a league title again? I have serious doubts. Most read in SportWEIGHT THERE McGregor stuns MMA star and fans with huge body transformation ahead of returnBEN'S ASH Meet Steelers star Ben Roethlisberger's wife...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are close to appointing Crystal Palace recruitment specialist Jamahl Jarrett to their scouting team. The 32-year-old is poised to become the lead scout for the South of England as the Red Devils continue their coaching and recruitment shake-up. 4Crystal Palace recruitment specialist Jamahl Jarrett is poised to join Man UtdCredit: Instagram Jarrett has been with Palace for ten years, and is also the co-founder and director of football for Lambeth Tigers. He set up that football club to encourage children into football and not into a life of crime and gang culture. Kids from the Tigers have gone on to join the youth-set ups of the likes of Palace, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham, Millwall and Leicester City. The appointment of Jarrett is the latest move to revamp things behind the scenes at Old Trafford. Last month United appointed John Murtough as their first Football Director. And former player Darren Fletcher was given the new...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are set to raid Manchester City for top youth scout Stephen Ajewole, according to reports. And that has sparked fears at the Etihad of their transfer secrets being leaked to their rivals. 3Manchester United want to poach youth scout Stephen Ajewole from rivals CityCredit: Linkedin According to the Daily Mail, United want to bring Ajewole in as the new lead scout for the Under 15-18s. The swoop is being headed up by United's head of youth recruitment David Harrison. Harrison left his role as head of European youth scouting at City to join United in 2017. Ajewole has been described as an 'emerging recruitment specialist'. He joined City as a UK southern football scout in August 2014 and has predominantly been based in London. United's success in youth recruitment and development has traditionally seen the Old Trafford club recognised as the gold standard for academies. But with the youth set-up at the Etihad progressing massively over recent years, their academy is now regarded as one of the best in Europe - especially with the worldwide City...
    The lockdown in the United Kingdom apparently encouraged the recruitment of young people by organizations such as the Islamic State group. A worrying situation Thursday March 4, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of United Kingdom reported an increase in the arrests of adolescents for terrorist offenses. The recruitment of young British people by terrorist organizations cause concern in London. 7% increase in “volume of terrorist content online” Dominic Raab notably mentioned the group Islamic state, which he considers “the most important terrorist threat, both nationally and abroad “. According to the minister, the “volume of terrorist content online” rose 7% in December, over one year. Easy access to digital during containment It turns out that adolescents are the most affected. The London authorities have reportedly established a link between the recruitment of young people by terrorist organizations and the containments put in place United Kingdom because of the coronavirus. Circumstances made it easier for the terrorists. “Those who are probably most receptive to extremist narratives” are the most targeted...
    MANCHESTER UNITED chief Ed Woodward has vowed to back Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a 'long-term recruitment approach, focused on summer transfer windows'. Solskjaer's position at the club has been scrutinised a number of times during his brief reign. 2Woodward has vowed to back Solskjaer in summer transfer windowsCredit: Getty - Contributor Huge highs have been mixed with some bitter lows, most-recently in the 3-1 Champions League defeat at home to Paris Saint-Germain. The loss left their place in the competition on a knife-edge, level on points with both PSG and RB Leipzig with just one game to play - away to the Bundesliga giants. But United's executive vice-chairman Woodward has long been a supporter of Solskjaer. And at a recent Manchester United fans' forum meeting, he confirmed once again he stands by the Norwegian. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford In the virtual meeting, Woodward admitted United needed to work harder to get back to winning trophies. But he added he would commit to spending money in summer transfer windows in a...
    EVERTON supremo Marcel Brands is a leading candidate to become Manchester United’s first director of football. Brands’ stock is high after masterminding a summer of recruitment in which they signed James Rodriguez, Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure. 3Marcel Brands helped Everton revamp their approach in the transfer marketCredit: Getty - Contributor The Dutchman’s deal expires at the end of the season and Italian club Roma are interested. But now Brands is being strongly linked with a summer move as part of United’s restructuring. And friends believe he would find a formal approach hard to refuse. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford Brands, 58, an ex-player, built his reputation over 20 years in Holland where he had roles at RKC Waalwijk, AZ Alkmaar and PSV Eindhoven. He joined Everton in 2018 and revamped the club’s recruitment policy and methods after some hit-and-miss years in the transfer market. In what can be a cut-throat and sometimes corrupt area of the game, Brands is highly regarded for his honesty and straightforwardness, as well as his knowledge....
    MANCHESTER UNITED are close to appointing a new data scientist, according to reports. It is thought the recruit would provide research across various areas within the club. 4Ed Woodward will team up with Joel Glazer to decide on Manchester United's new data scientistCredit: PA:Press Association But the role would involve studying data to help with recruitment and medical issues. They would also be expected to contribute on the business side of the club. According to The Athletic, United are looking to hire someone from a more corporate, possibly pharmaceutical, background. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest United news Head of football development John Murtough has cut a long list of targets down to a few names. Co-owner Joel Glazer and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will cast their eyes over the CVs from applicants before having the final say. A decision could be made within the month, the report adds. United started the recruitment process prior to coronavirus and have continued the search despite the impact of the pandemic. The move follows the footsteps of...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have posted a public job advert for a first team recruitment analyst with a "specific emphasis on goalkeepers". David De Gea has endured a horror season between the sticks at Old Trafford, making error after error. 5Man Utd have posted a public job listing for a first-team recruitment analyst 5De Gea has come under fire after a series of appalling blunders this seasonCredit: Reuters 5The role has a 'specific emphasis' on goalkeepers in a cheeky dig at De Gea Despite fighting to keep the in-demand stopper for six years, Man Utd could now sell the Spaniard. Now it seems the Red Devils chiefs are actively looking to hire someone to help find the perfect replacement for De Gea. That is in spite of the fact the club's season is still going as they prepare to finish their Europa League campaign in August. The role advertised if for a "first team recruitment analyst", reporting to the "chief technical scout". The successful applicant will "contribute to the continued expansion and development of the recruitment analysis team, with the specific purpose...
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