Manchester United To Appoint Richard Arnold As New Chief Executive To Replace Outgoing Ed Woodward

Manchester United are reportedly putting the finishing touches and will soon announce the appointment of Richard Arnold, who is the club’s current managing director, as the new chief executive officer to replace the outgoing Ed Woodward.

It is rumoured that the English giants could as early as Monday afternoon confirm the appointment to the New York Stock Exchange.

The appointment of Richard Arnold as the club’s new chief executive would mean that he would be the first in house appointment for the role since David Gill resigned from his role in 2013.

Richard Arnold will takeover from the outgoing Ed Woodward and oversee the day to day affairs of the club which is believed will take full swing starting next year January with Ed Woodward set to stay on for a few months in a consultancy role.

Arnold’s appointment will mark under huge change at United following the dismissal of club legend Ole Gunnar Solksjaer as the club manager and the preceding appointment of Ralf Ragnick as interim manager till the end of the 2021-2022 season

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