- Man United have been advised to hire Mike Emenalo to help recruit young talents
- The Arsenal legend Ian Wright claims Ed Woodward has been unimpressive during the transfer window
- The Red Devils have made one signing with the likes of Jadon Sancho still pending
Manchester United should dump their Cheif Executive Officer, Ed Woodward for ex-Chelsea transfer expert Mike Emenalo, according to Arsenal legend Ian Wright.
The former England striker made the claim pointing out the fact that the recruiting system under the American has been awful.
United are still in pursuit of Dortmund's Jandon Sancho and have only managed to bring in Donny Van de Beek from Ajax this summer.
The Red Devils' pursuit for Jack Grealish, Ben Chilwell and Gareth Bale have hit the rocks and Wright believes it is time to hire the former Chelsea administrator.
He said on the Kelly and Wrighty show:
"For me, and it's blatantly obvious to me, you've got someone like Michael Emenalo who was at Chelsea.
"He won three Premier Leagues under three different managers, he's won the Champions League, he's helped oversee the loan system and the academy system at Chelsea.
"We're talking about a director of football who knows exactly what he's doing.
"We're talking about under [Roman] Abramovich with three different managers and he still managed, because he's a football man, to get the job done.
"What happened with Chelsea was that when we say 'another manager's come in', but they're still winning trophies.
"This is the thing because he's put a culture and [template] in where they can just put that player in, bring that manager in, and they can go forward and do it.
"That's what Man Utd need and that is what they haven't got and that is the elephant in the room."
The current director of football in Monaco had Chelsea's most successful spell from 2007 to 2017 as he brought in the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Victor Osimhen made his first start in Serie A this season and was instrumental to Napoli's 6-0 spanking of Genoa at Naples.
It took just ten minutes for Gennaro Gattuso's men to go ahead in the match, courtesy of a goal from Mexican striker, Hirving Lozano.
Osimhen who is still awaiting his first goal in the Italian topflight division was involved in a brilliant collective team effort to double the score.
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