Manchester United has released an official statement about a surprising exit of the club’s chief Ed Woodward. His exit, meanwhile, is believed to have been prompted by the Super League backlash.
United has confirmed that Ed Woodward will leave the club as the executive vice-chairman at the end of 2021.
Upon submitting his resignation, Woodward will fulfill his duties till this year ends. And it is believed that he has chosen to step away amid the European Super League backlash.
The Manchester United executive vice-chairman joined the Red Devils in 2005 and took on his current role only in 2012. The past nine years were filled with a lot of ups and downs but things are starting to look up for the Red Devils.