Since 2014, he has served as Old Trafford’s director of corporate development.
In light of the resignation of Matt Judge as head of corporate development, Manchester United fans are speculating about more changes to come. Judge has been the manager at Old Trafford since 2016, when he initially came in the city.
There have already been some high-profile departures from the club’s upper echelons as United prepares to begin a new era under Erik ten Hag. The announcement of his hiring came last week, but the Dutchman will remain with Ajax for the remainder of the season.
For the third time in four seasons, he’s seeking the Eredivisie crown. Old Trafford’s top scout Jim Lawlor and the head of global scouting Marcel Bout are among those who have already left the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward behind.
Judge will join the trio after serving a notice period, according to The Athletic. Reports of his involvement in United’s transfer and contract discussions have sparked a flood of responses from Red Devils fans on social media.
As stated in the Athletic article, the notice period in his contract will expire at the end of the season and he will not be involved in recruiting Ten Hag. Here are a few remarks from the well-known microblogging site, Twitter: