Sir Jim Ratcliffe eager to revitalize Manchester United

Sir Jim Ratcliffe plans to revitalize Manchester United by investing billions in stadium development, signing top players, and redefining the club's identity.

Jim Ratcliffe

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the new owner of Manchester United, outlines his plans to revitalize the football club in a YouTube video. He aims to invest up to a billion pounds in stadium development, either by redeveloping Old Trafford or building a new stadium.

Ratcliffe intends to sign top-level players and knock Manchester City and Liverpool off their perch to restore Manchester United’s identity and style. He emphasizes the importance of fan engagement, addressing club controversies, and rebuilding the squad with a three-year goal to become England’s best team.

Despite financial Fair Play rules and investment restrictions, Ratcliffe remains optimistic and committed to redefining the Manchester United ethos. Additionally, he acknowledges that getting back into the Champions League is crucial for the team’s rebuild this season.

Manchester United performance and stats

Manchester United

Manager: Erik ten Hag
Rank 7th
Win 15
Draw 5
Loss 12
Goals 47-48
Diff -1
Rank 4th
Win 1
Draw 1
Loss 4
Goals 12-15
Diff -3

Manchester United is currently 6th in the Premier League with 44 points.

In the last 25 games, it has won 14 times, drawn twice, and lost 9 times. In its last match, Manchester United won 1-2 against Luton Town.​​

It has a positive goal difference after scoring 35 goals and conceding 34.​

Manchester United will play the next match in Premier League against Fulham on Saturday 24th of February in Manchester. The prediction is Manchester United winning the match.​