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RICHARD ARNOLD will replace Ed Woodward as Manchester United’s executive vice president in January, SunSport can reveal.

Woodward’s understudy Arnold, 50, was waiting backstage for a promotion and the change was stamped by the Glazers.

Arnold has been at the club for over a decade and had been in charge of transfers at Old Trafford before John Murtough’s appointment last year.

Meanwhile, United are still looking to rock the transfer for Jules Kounde.

The 22-year-old French international defender is also a target for Premier League rivals Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard could be a surprise addition to Camp Nou, although Barcelona face competition from AC Milan.

And it is also reported that the addition of Cristiano Ronaldo is starting to convince Paul Pogba to stay at Old Trafford.


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