Woodward resigned at United, the Tremendous League in query

After huge criticism of football fans across Europe, and then their protests, the establishment of the Super League is under great question.

After Chelsea and City were about to withdraw their decision to play in the newly formed competition, tectonic changes also took place in the red part of Manchester.

Ed Woodward, long-time executive director and vice president of the “red devils”, has decided to resign from that position, British media report.

Woodward is expected to stay at United until the end of the season, and then part with the English team.

Manchester United, as one of the organizers of the Super League, found itself under a huge blow from critics and it is predicted that the other team from Manchester would withdraw from the organization of the competition.

After the plans for the new European football competition were announced, Woodward first resigned as an advisor to football strategy at Uefa.

The British banker came to United in 2013, but in 2005 he played a big role in the moments when the Glaser family took over the helm of the “red devils”.

According to media across Europe, such as Woodward, Andrea Agnelli is close to deciding to resign as president of Juventus.

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