A stunning report has suggested that Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson could be edging closer to a return to football following the latest controversy involving the Red Devils.
The Premier League giants were among the teams that founded the European Super League, but United, along with nine other clubs, have since walked away from the idea after receiving intense backlash from fans.
It was also announced that executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will leave his role at the end of 2021, with the Red Devils claiming the chief was set to step down from his position at the end of the year regardless of what happened over the past 48 hours.
With changes seemingly ringing all over Europe following the drama caused by the 12 clubs that were initially ready to break away, fans appear more concerned than ever about who is running the team they support.
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Not only did supporters express their anger with the proposed Super League, but so too did players and managers from around the world, including Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola.
At United, this increasing worry has led individuals within the club to call for Ferguson to become more involved in transfers once Woodward officially leaves.
According to The Athletic, people working for the 13-time Premier League champions feel Ferguson should be given more influence at Old Trafford, with the legendary Scottish manager currently in an advisory role.
Ferguson was famously in charge of United from 1986 to 2013, during which he won a remarkable and historic 38 trophies.