Ed Woodward: "We're pleased with the progress being made behind the scenes"
11 February 2020
Following criticism, Manchester United's chief executive has defended the club's long-term strategy, highlighting the £200 million spent under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tenure.
Significant investment has been made in the club's recruitment department, including scouting, data and analytics.
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Manchester United's chief executive, Ed Woodward, has defended the club's transfer strategy after a period of heavy criticism from fans and pundits alike over failure to convert player recruitments and business progress into on-the-pitch results.
Speaking at the quarterly Fans' Forum held at Old Trafford, Woodward said that "there has been no shortage of investment in players over the past few years" - a reference to the £200 million spent on player recruitments since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the manager in December 2018.
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