Manchester United creates transfer committee of three former players to ensure that they don't sign a flop because the club wants to copy the Liverpool-style model
- Darren Fletcher was in a meeting where a new transfer committee was discussed
- Rio Ferdinand is another former Manchester United star who could be involved
- Rivals Liverpool already has a commission approach to make new additions
- United are desperate for their wasteful wasteful ways from the past
Manchester United puts together a transfer committee of three former players in an effort to ensure that the club takes away from the wasteful wasteful approach of the past.
The idea, not unequal to the Liverpool transfer committee, was discussed in Carrington with the former loyal Darren Fletcher.
The former United midfielder is expected to take charge of the group responsible for ensuring that the club does not sign expensive flops, according to Such a.
Alexis Sanchez was an expensive recruit and the club is desperate to avoid more flops
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing a vital summer with a massive renovation in his hands and the costs of getting the recruitment wrong will be extremely damaging.
Rio Ferdinand is another name in the framework that has been proposed about a role in the committee.
Fierce rivals Liverpool has found success with their design by Jurgen Klopp, along with sports director Michael Edwards, scouting head Dave Fallows and goalkeeper coach John Achteberg.
And it seems that United is trying to follow his example after he had wasted huge amounts of money in recent years of instability following the reign of Sir Alex Ferguson.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to make major changes to the team this summer
The club may have trouble firing Alexis Sanchez, who earns £ 375,000 a week, and they have one of the biggest wage costs in the Premier League without Champions League football to pick up the bags next season.
Academy boss Nicky Butt was also in the meeting on Wednesday and Quinton Fortune is being prepared to take on a coaching position.
The club wants & # 39; Manchester United type of players & # 39; and feels that the involvement of former stars will help identify those who match the bill.
Executive vice chairman Ed Woodward has promised that there will be money for Solskjaer this summer, but only time will tell whether the new-fashioned recruitment strategy is worth it.
Nicky Butt works as an academy manager and the club wants to involve many former players
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