Woodward urges patience with Solskjaer at United

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Sky Sports pundit Neville explained why Manchester United have a lot more rebuilding to do and can't rely on the club's younger players to see them through a tough spell.

"We've expanded our recruitment department in recent years to increase its efficiency and productivity". Numerous senior staff in these roles have been at the club for over 10 years.

It seems Solskjaer is respecting the decision made by his predecessor. "We can continue to focal point on the long-term draw and obtained't be influenced by quick term distractions".

United are expected to spend again in January after making only three additions over the summer in the form of Harry Maguire, Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Jesse Lingard was forced to play up front at the London Stadium on Saturday with Anthony Martial out with a thigh problem and Mason Greenwood struggling with illness.

Woodward: United's priority is trophies over profit

"Returning to the roots of our club's ethos of youth-led attacking football is the right way forward", Woodward said on a post-results media call on Tuesday.

"We are optimistic for the future".

Ed Woodward insists Manchester United have a "primary objective of winning trophies" after announcing record revenues of £627.1million for the last financial year.

This was despite the club enduring a "turbulent season" in 2018-19 that saw the departure of manager Jose Mourinho and the team finish in sixth place.

Wages were £332.3m, up £36.3m over the prior year, because of "investment in the first team playing squad".

Unai Emery's side visit Old Trafford to face Man United on Monday night.

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