Ed Woodward Bids £50million For ‘Bomb’ Left Behind At Old Trafford

Daniel Blazer
Daniel Blazer
Daniel Blazer
Managing Editor

Source: The Week
Source: The Week

 
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The concerning scenes at Old Trafford, yesterday – that eventually turned into a farcical embarrassment for Manchester United – may end up having a silver lining for the Red Devils fanbase.

After missing out on Benfica’s Renato Sanches to Bayern Munich, Ed Woodward is determined to not be made a fool of anymore, and has moved to secure the dummy bomb from Sunday’s concerning incident.
 

“We’ve been looking for someone to get in behind opposition defences for awhile now.

“The clever movement and ability to consistently lose a man, that the bomb showed, means we would be foolish to not move for this high-profile talent.

Ed Woodward

Whether Woodward’s decision to go public with United’s interest in the proven talent will bite him on the arse (again), remains to be seen.

Reports suggest that if the Red Devils don’t secure the signature of the bomb then they will focus their efforts on trying to bring Santiago Munez to Old Trafford.