Sir Jim Ratcliffe and manager Erik ten Hag have supported Gary O’Driscoll, the team’s head of sports medicine, in his evaluation of the medical team.
Because of this, a member of the physio staff has departed the club as United looks to strengthen every aspect of the squad.
Because of the absence of key players like Luke Shaw and Lisandro Martinez, United has battled this season with a long injury list, which has had an impact on the team’s shape and performances.
When O’Driscoll was brought to United from Arsenal, he was a significant signing. In his field, he is considered to be among the best.
He is given the freedom to thoroughly examine the setup, do an in-depth analysis, and search for methods to improve the performance. Following the amicable exit of a senior physiotherapist, more adjustments are anticipated.
These changes were anticipated prior to the arrival of British billionaire Ratcliffe, albeit INEOS was notified and offered support.
After wooing Omar Berrada away from Manchester City, Ratcliffe has agreed to buy a 25% stake in the team and has already made a daring move by naming Berrada as the new CEO.
Ratcliffe wants to get more control over things at Old Trafford, therefore more changes at the club could be anticipated soon. The new minority owner is expected to provide advice on all matters pertaining to player recruitment, player contracts, and top-level appointments.