Reveal email Ed Woodward declared MU recruit talents again

MU bought Daniel James and Wan Bissaka but Executive Vice President Ed Woodward says in an internal email that Red Devil leaders are seeking to recruit the other quality players.

“Although the price of players on the market being hyped rumors repeatedly appeared may render us astray, the group recruited by coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with Manchester United are calm to coordinate search the other quality player fit the long term vision of the club”, Ed Woodward said.

Other than the season through this Summer, Manchester United was re-purposing its procurement policy, focusing on the young British player potential instead of eyeing the foreign players. The appearance of Daniel James and Wan Bissaka key is testament to the new direction of Ole.


With the message that Ed Woodward has just broadcast, can make sure Manchester United will continue shopping from now until the industrial market closes in England. Clearly, the season past failed shows this team needs reform, additional personnel in multiple locations not only reinforced 1-2.

But people then will also have riders. MU will also seek to push away the player is said to be inconsistent with the new direction of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Bristish newspaper told that the 19 years old Taiwan defender – Portuguese Diogo Dalot received a message from the coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he could be come out this Summer.


Dalot was signed from Porto by Jose Mourinho for a price of 18 million pounds, but he has not proved anything. Last season, he only made 18 appearances but mainly in the role of attack more in the right wing due to the horizontal stretch quite likely Dalot.

The arrival of Wan Bissaka means Ole did not trust Dalot and if remaining at Old Trafford, surely the chance he will be very limited. OLE does not intend to continue using Dalot because he chose the main rocks in Bissaka Wan defenders must also if need to then he had Ashley Young.

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