Manager Erik ten Hag has already highlighted the importance of Manchester United coming up with a coherent strategy ahead of Sir Jim Ratcliffe's impending arrival at the club.
Ratcliffe's chemical giant, INEOS, is understood to be on the brink of securing a minority stake in the club. The group is understood to be paying north of £1billion to secure a 25 per cent stake from the Glazer family.
Though INEOS' impending investment will not oust the Glazers from office, there is a general feeling of optimism that their input will generate much-needed changes and fresh optimism.
Richard Arnold's exit as chief executive on Wednesday provided the biggest indication yet that huge changes are in the offing. READ MORE: United call to Saudi Arabia would highlight transfer strategy failings READ MORE: United have a transfer priority they can no longer ignore INEOS, whose bid has been overseen by Ratcliffe, are reportedly set to secure sporting control at Old Trafford, meaning a major structural reset could take place.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk