Premier League giants Manchester United are a team that have failed to get things together and perform as a unit for a longer duration of time than they would have hoped. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson made his departure from the club in 2013 and since then they have only looked a pale shadow of themselves.
Current Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was expected to finally end the club’s misery but despite him backing young talents, Manchester United are struggling to challenge and beat other top teams in the competition.
According to a report carried by The Express, the Red Devils management have started some talks to make some major changes at the club to try and take the team back to their glorious years.
The report adds that executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has even met the owners of the team to discuss what exactly is going wrong for the team and how they should move ahead. The main agenda revolves around investing in youth.
The Red Devils are in essence aiming at a program that will take a minimum of six transfer windows. The goal is to keep faith in the long term benefits of investing in youth after business attempts that saw ageing players like Bastian Schweinsteiger and Radamel Falcao join United join a few years ago.
The development also meanwhile suggests that despite pressure from the loyal fans of Manchester United and critics, Solskjaer would remain the manager of Manchester United. This is simply because he is sync with the club’s top management as far as investing in young talents is concerned.