Manchester United’s off the pitch structure has been changing in the past couple of months since INEOS invested in the club.

This has given birth to a couple of theories about how the club wants to run things now, most especially in the transfer window.

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The club are now moving in a totally new direction, as they to make the most of Data in every area of the club. This will also significantly impact how United conduct themselves in the transfer market.

Starting from this summer, Manchester United will prioritize signing players under the age of 25. They will also target home-grown players. This is to give the club leverage in the future when they need to sell players. Most importantly, this will help refresh the current squad the club has.

Manchester United's New Transfer Strategy Revealed

Manchester United have overpaid for quite good number of players in the last 10 years.

From Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire, Romelu Lukaku, Jadon Sancho to Rasmus Höjlund and Antony. All that stops, as Manchester United will now be invested in finding excellent young players they can develop into world-class talents.

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Manchester United want to also change some things about their wage structures. Big earners like Casemiro and Raphael Varane will leave the club this summer as the club plans to introduce a Salary Cap that will make the structure more sustainable.

INEOS plans to take Manchester United where they belong in the Premier League, and also Europe. For that to be successful, the club needs to think more about creating the right environment for future stars other than signing expensive big name stars.