Manchester United ‘will appoint their first ever director of football’ in the aftermath of Jose Mourinho’s frustrating summer transfer window.
Mourinho was vocal in his opinions on the club’s business over the summer, and it has been reported that United are now set to make huge changes behind the scenes.
According to the Guardian, once the current restructure of the club and expansion of facilities is complete, United will overhaul their transfer policy next.
The changes would allow for a more streamlined recruitment process in which the manager takes on a different role, lending itself to comments made by Mourinho on Friday night.
Ahead of his side’s Premier League opener, the Portuguese insisted he and his contemporaries should be called ‘head coache...
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