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Man United urged to create ‘future without ghosts of past’ as duo linked with exit

Manchester United could be set for a bust January transfer window with several players linked with leaving the Old Trafford outfit – but Ed Woodward could be set to stay

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It’s been several years of upheaval at Old Trafford for Manchester United fans.

Managers and players have all come and gone but supporters have finally got their wish with Ed Woodward set to leave his role at the club at the end of the year.

But it has now come to light that the United executive vice-chairman could be offered another role with the club.

And while he may be set to stay, the revolving door will continue to turn for others, and several players have been linked with moves away from Old Trafford in the January transfer window.

One of the clubs to which several United stars have been linked with is newly cash-rich Newcastle United following their takeover by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.

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Stan Collymore says Sir Alex Ferguson’s influence should be reduced at Old Trafford
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United told ‘create future without ghosts of past’

Manchester United ‘s decision to offer Ed Woodward a consultancy role backs up Stan Collymore ‘s claim that the club are still living in the past.

The United executive vice-chairman was set to leave Old Trafford at the end of the year, but he could be staying on, albeit in a different capacity, according to the Daily Mail.

The report says Woodward is set to retain some influence at the club as he is in talks over a new position that would allow the hierarchy to call upon his knowledge when and if required.

But Stan Collymore says the ‘umbilical cord of ­history needs to be cut at Old Trafford’ – and that Sir Alex Ferguson’s considerable influence should be reduced too.

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Newcastle’s plan for United trio

Three Manchester United players are on Newcastle United’s radar as they look to flex their spending muscles in January.

The Magpies have just appointed Eddie Howe as manager after the sacking of Steve Bruce.

And they are to give him a sizable kitty, reported to be £50million, in the upcoming window with more funds available next summer.

Man United have several disgruntled stars among their ranks and it appears Newcastle have been alerted to the situation.

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Duo ‘pushing’ for January transfer exits

Manchester United outcasts Donny van de Beek and Dean Henderson are seeking January exits due to their repeated snubs by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s been claimed.

Henderson, 24, served as No.1 goalkeeper for a spell earlier this year, but a hip injury and the effects of long Covid mean he once again finds himself David de Gea ‘s back-up.

Van de Beek, also 24, has never had an extended run in the side since his £40million arrival from Ajax in September 2020.

The attacking midfielder is unable to play at No.10 due to Bruno Fernandes ‘ presence in the side and Solskjaer has been reluctant to hand him a deeper role.

The Dutchman will push to leave the club in the January transfer window and could be followed out the door by Henderson, claims the Daily Mail.

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