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30 May 2024 - 4:30 AM

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Thursday briefing: Manchester United give staff one week to decide on mass voluntary ‘resignation’ offer

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Manchester United’s non-football staff have been invited to take redundancy en-masse as co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe continues to make sweeping changes across the club.

As reported by The Athletic, an email sent out earlier this week told employees they have just seven days to make a decision about whether they wish to remain in their jobs at United.

Employees have been given until 5th June to decide whether to take what the club describe as “voluntary resignation”, although some

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