Manchester United’s board will be all smiles once Alexis Sanchez is announced to the football world as a confirmed signing.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward received lots of stick from some United TV fans and FullTimeDevil Fans for not signing Inter Milan Ivan Perisic over the summer. At £30 million, the winger was a badly needed reinforcement to the squad.
United Manager Jose Mourinho made no secret of his desire for four signings this Premier League season. And a winger remains crucial to his “global” changes to the squad.
However, this 2017-2018 #PL campaign #MUFC appear to have prioritized their financial position over a complete squad overhaul.
BusinessInsider.com Reported Manchester United recording a£141 million income over 3 months ending September 30 2017. A 17% jump over same period last year.
“We are just over a quarter of the way through what promises to be another exciting season,” said executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Deloitte.com’s Money League is a yearly report of the world’s richest football clubs. 2016-2017 marked The 20th Money League season. Manchester United beat F.C. Barcelona and Real Madrid cementing its clout as the wealthiest soccer organization.
To spend money and sign players, United positioned itself attractively in the financial world. The logic is simple: show the world the club’s financial power, and investments would flow.
Alexis Sanchez’s imminent signing proves Manchester United F.C. are ready to battle on and off the pitch.
The shrewed business dealers – The Red Devils – are cunningly amassing talent in a squad hungry for days of glory only the managerial prowess of The Special One can realize.
Alexis Sanchez is not any player and Manchester United are not any club. The Arsenal player -or soon to be ex player- has a following of 7.6 mil on Instagram as of this morning. Old Trafford is a footballing dynasty of gold, glory, and legends.
The deal is a match made in heaven as the best attracts the best.