Breaking: Manchester United CEO, Ed Woodward Reveals Transfer Budget.

Manchester United CEO Ed Woodward Has Revealed How Much They Have To Spend In The Current Transfer Window.

Manchester United Chase their first Premier League title in 9 years and their first silverware in 4 years.

The last time they one the premier league title was under the tutelage of legendary manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.

With their impressive campaign last season where they where invincible away from home through out the season, they will feel they are not so far away from a being real title contenders.

But there’s still a gulf of quality between them and City rivals Manchester City and they will be looking to catch up in the summer Window.

Manchester United are known big spenders but they’ll be spending even bigger this time as they look to catch Manchester City in terms of squad depth and quality.

CEO, Ed Woodward has now communicated the desire of the club’s owners, glazers to strengthen the squad to be able to compete on all fronts.

They have already summer a first bid for Jadon Sancho which was rejected as it did not meet Borrusia Dortmund’s valuation of the player.

They reportedly want £87m for their key man who they signed from city in 2017 with a sell on clause.

Manchester United have also been in for Harry Kane’s signature after the Striker declared his intentions to seek a new challenge.

Daniel levy reportedly wants £120m for his goal machine and will not let him go for less.

However there’s no shortage of competition for the player’s signature as Manchester City and Chelsea are also seriously interested in the player.

Hesitation will mean they have to revive their interest in Norwegian sensation erling Haaland as they are clearly looking for a Striker despite tying Cavani to a new deal.

Attack is not the only Position they are working on as they’ve also been monitoring Athletico Madrid’s right back, Kieran Trippier and even had a bid for the Player turned down.

They’ve also been monitoring Rafael Varane and fellow Frenchman Jules Kounde as they look to strengthen in center half options.

Pau Torres is another option following his impressive display for Villarreal Last season. Declan Rice is on the radar too.

Ed Woodward has now declared they have around £250m already budgeted for Transfers and additional money for other expenses including facility renovations and repairs.

It remains to be seen if they will get all their targets and if they do Ole Gunnar would have been handed everything he needs to succeed.