Judge said goodbye to director of ghost negotiations at the end of the year

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The Athletic reports that Manchester United‘s director of negotiating Matt Judge has informed the club’s board of directors.

         Judge came to work in the Old Fence. Trafford in 2012, before stepping up to be involve in player transfer talks since 2016. Working with recently retire Ed Woodward and Richa. Card Arnold, who took his place.

         Recently, it was reporte that Judge had informed the board of the “Red Devils” that he would resign at the end of this year. Both head scout Jim Lawler and global head scout Marcel Booth also left the ufabet club a few weeks earlier to allow John Murtaf to do his best.

         For Judge, he graduated with a master’s degree in economics and finance at the University of Bristol and worked at an investment bank for 13 years before joining United.

He will be supported by the club’s recruitment and legal teams as the off-pitch changes continue.

Key to those changes will be the appointment of Erik ten Hag. Who was appointe as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s permanent successor earlier this month.

The club still plan for interim manager Ralf Rangnick to move into a consultancy role.

Rangnick was announced as Austria’s next national team manager at a press conference on Friday.