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Breaking News’ Agent visits to Old Trafford may reveal Man Utd’s first two INEOS acquisitions.



Man Utd is establishing the foundation for an effective summer transfer window under the INEOS system.

After two agents were observed visiting Old Trafford last week, it is possible that Manchester United is already setting the stage for the first two acquisitions of the INEOS era. To recover from one of the worst seasons in the team’s recent history, the Red Devils need to have a successful summer transfer window.

Since assuming joint ownership of United in February, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has reiterated his commitment to improving the team’s dismal recruiting record.

As part of a reorganization of the hierarchy, he has made his intentions evident by a number of hires; chief executive Richard Arnold and football director John Murtough are two of the people who have gone.

Last month, Jason Wilcox resigned his position as director of football at Southampton to take on the role as technical director at United. On July 13, Omar Berrada will depart Manchester City to take a position as chief executive.

In order to succeed Murtough as sports director at Old Trafford, Dan Ashworth has also left Newcastle United, but it’s possible that he won’t start working there until later this summer.

United may not be wasting any time as they will now have a new recruitment staff in place and will recognize how important it is to get Ratcliffe’s reconstruction off to a solid start.

According to reports, the M16 giants are prioritizing the signing of a new striker, central midfielder, and center defender; any additional action would presumably depend on player sales.

The representatives of Tosin Adarabioyo of Fulham and Benjamin Sesko of RB Leipzig were present at Sunday’s United vs. Arsenal match as they prepared for anticipated summer transfers.

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