On Thursday, Manchester United's hierarchy reflected on the ups and downs of the past year as part of the club’s annual report to investors, covering the period from June 2021 to June 2022.
The Reds' CEO Richard Arnold, the club's Chief Financial Officer Cliff Baty and Football Director John Murtough were among several people to speak about the past year at Old Trafford.
After a busy transfer window in the summer, Murtough has cautioned against seeing that kind of level of investment again, insisting the club are ahead of schedule on their transfer plans.
Arnold also warned the club will be "disciplined" in their plans to improve facilities at Old Trafford, which comes after United appointed Populous as master planners to assess options for redevelopment of the stadium earlier this year and are continuing to work on potential options. ALSO READ: Why Man United have seen their net debt and operating loss increase Several topics were discussed as part of the annual report to investors, so here's four subtle clues that the United hierarchy gave during the press conference...Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk