Manchester United to sign 'future Mbappe', in Sir Jim Ratcliffe's first transfer window: report

Manchester United owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, chairman and founder of Ineos Group Holdings Plc, following a Bloomberg Television interview at The Grenadier pub in London, UK, on Friday, Feb. 23, 2024. "If you're in the automotive world, you've got a responsibility to try and improve the world's carbon footprint," Ratcliffe said.
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Manchester United part-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has outlined his proposed changes to the transfer policy at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have seen a number of expensive stars fail to deliver on their lofty promise in recent years leading to an inquest from the incoming INEOS group.

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James Ridge is a freelance journalist based in the UK. He recently spent time with The United Stand as an online news editor and has covered the beautiful game from England’s eighth tier all the way to the Premier League.