Man United leaders are keen to invite former player Paul Scholes back in a new role to rebuild the club this summer.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been assured that the club will have a pre-season ready structure to have a proper transfer plan. M.U still doesn’t have a football director but most likely Mike Phelan will be appointed to this position.
But that’s not all. According to many sources from England, Paul Scholes is being considered for a role in the reconstruction. The exact location of the former famous midfielder is unknown, but United need a character who understands the club’s history and values to make the right decisions at the board level.
The Reds have looked at a number of former players to take on this role as Darren Fletcher and Patrice Evra because they want a complete set of ready-to-work players with the new football director.
Scholes used to be United’s U19 coach after hanging up his shoes. He also took over as manager of Oldham but left after only 1 month in the army because of disagreement with the club’s board of directors.
Man United is being left quite far behind rivals in the championship race since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. Solskjaer will be given a large sum of money for shopping in the summer but only if MU wins. Being ranked in the Top 4. The Great War with Chelsea on Sunday night (April 28) can determine their hope.