Sir Jim Ratcliffe hopes to finalize his purchase of the quarter share of the club before the end of the month
Man United will see quarter of their share handed to Sir Jim Ratcliffe who in a recent interview disclosed why Man United have struggled since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
It’s no news that Man United have since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure been looking for the perfect replacement but no significant progress has been made.
More like a circus is what it has been for Man United who even at a time employed one of the best managers in Europe, Jose Mourinho but still had to fire the Portuguese to continue their search of the right one.
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United have never been anywhere near what they used to be under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Jim Ratcliffe has shared his thoughts on why he thinks this has been happening.
Ahead of the £1.6B purchase, Ratcliffe said in an interview; “The club is still glorious in as much as we’ve been struggling for years.
“I personally think the main reason behind all these problems is recruitment issues, we aren’t fixing the right people into the right spots.
“We may want to try to pretend but the results will always speak volume of what’s going on behind the scene. We want to build something that will see us back to that top place and be that team alot of teams will fear in the continent.”
One of the persons who supposedly have their job under threat currently is football director, John Murtough. However, the 52-year-old has shown utmost confidence in the Ratcliffe purchase which now creates the doubt of if he would be shown the door or not.