Sir Jim Ratcliffe insists on leading Manchester United to walk in the right direction.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe insists Manchester United must move in the right direction, not run in the wrong direction. After he successfully purchased 27.7% of the club’s shares

The 71-year-old billionaire was something wrong with the environment at United, which last won its 20th league title in 2013. He has appeal for patience from supporters as he aims to restore the club he has support since his childhood to its former glory.

“It’s clearly been a difficult 11 years since Sir Alex Ferguson and David Gill left. Not just a flip of the switch. It’s not just a simple short-term fix. We have to travel in the right direction. Not running in the wrong direction,” Ratcliffe said. Report by UFABET

“The short-term problem is that we want to get back to the Champions League. It’s been a challenging couple of seasons to get the organization and environment right. Father performed his work correctly on the field and won the football match. That’s related. Correct organization design and structure”

“Over the last 11 years, Manchester United have had many coaches and none have had much success in that environment. That told me there was something wrong with the environment. It is not constructive for me to blame anyone. It’s just the truth My focus is on how I can change that environment to get the most out of the coach and the team.”

Even though Manchester United have Sir Jim Ratcliffe taking over 25 percent of the club worth £1.3 billion, fans hope there will be immediate changes to the team. But in the end, the reason why players cannot be bought permanently in this transfer market. This is because a lot of money has been spent to reinforce the market in the summer of 2023, which makes the trading market this winter. May only be able to borrow 1-2 players, which team manager Eric ten Hag hopes to grab new players in the position of target striker to increase strength.

List of names that are in the news for reinforcements in the striker position. The News that Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, a striker from Bayern Munich, and Timo Werner, a former Chelsea striker who now plays for Leipzig.