Harry Maguire of Manchester United shares intended “changes” following private conversation with Sir Dave Brailsford.

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“They’ve brought a lot of positivity to the club and to the fan base. The club are wanting to get back to where it was 15 years ago, and that’s fighting for the big trophies and league titles. They’ve come in and had conversations with us all.

It’s been really positive and a good energy that they’ve brought to the club. I’m sure they have a plan. We know what their vision is and it’s a vision to win.

When Sir Dave [Brailsford] has come in, he spoke about winning and that’s the main focus of this club. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Read our Privacy Policy. Ruthless change has already taken place off the pitch. Omar Berrada will start this summer after replacing Richard Arnold as chief executive.

Jason Wilcox commenced work as United’s new technical director this week after a compensation package was agreed with Southampton. Darren Fletcher is set to retain a key role at the club. John Murtough departed earlier this month ahead of the arrival of his sporting director successor, Dan Ashworth, who is currently serving gardening leave at Newcastle United.

The change Maguire refers to could extend to manager Erik ten Hag and his coaching staff. It will certainly impact the playing squad – and perhaps him personally – in what is expected to be a busy summer.

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