EPL: Ratcliffe gives Man Utd condition to sack Ten Hag, buy new players


Manchester United’s new minority owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has said he must approve every sporting decision at the Premier League club.

Ratcliffe, the chairman of Ineos, last week agreed to a $1.3 billion deal to buy a 25 per cent stake in United.

The British billionaire has now taken charge of football matters.

According to football transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, even the future of manager Erik ten Hag is in the hands of Ratcliffe.

Romano tweeted on Wednesday: “Manchester United must consult INEOS on every player transfer whilst their investment is being approved by Premier League authorities.

“The same applies to the futures of Erik ten Hag and John Murtough: INEOS must be consulted ahead of any decision.”

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