Manchester United confirms ‘Arnold’ resigns as CEO

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Manchester United has officially confirmed that Richard Arnold will step down as CEO. After 16 years with the club,

reports today (Wednesday) say Arnold will leave his role as club CEO following the sale of his 25 per cent stake to Sir Jim Ratcliffe. The same is about to happen.

The club have officially confirmed that Arnold will continue in his role until the end of December to help the team smoothly transition through the transition, and will appoint Patrick Stewart to his role. temporarily replaced

“It has been an incredible privilege to serve this wonderful club over the past 16 years, and its stability through the ups and downs has been thanks to the dedication of our staff and fans.”

“I appreciate all of their loyalty and dedication,” Arnold said. I wish everyone involved with the club the very best for the future.”

Arnold joined the club in 2007 in a role in business. Before being chosen to take over as CEO from Ed Woodward from 2022 onwards,

Stuart, who will take over the temporary position, has been with the club since 2006, managing the division. Manchester United have

also stated that they have now begun the process of selecting the club’s next permanent CEO.