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Moyes still in limbo according to Romano

Moyes still in limbo according to Romano

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Clubs can make their plan at any point on timing, for now there’s nothing really concrete or advanced to say which deal is gonna be the first one to happen.

Toney, Osimhen and Gyokeres are all players who could be part of the domino but we are not at the negotiations stage yet and I’m not going to invent stories.

Rumours appear to be continuing on David Moyes but at this stage I’m not aware of decisions made about him by West Ham.

The club are fully focused on the Premier League and European football, so everything that comes next will be discussed later.

I think many times we heard that Moyes was almost gone and he’s still there.

Nothing is decided yet.

The structure will include Omar Berrada as the new CEO and then Dan Ashworth.

Now it’s time to understand about the compensation fee and the timing between Southampton and Man United to make the Wilcox deal happen, but he’s already resigned.

Reports about Liverpool are not true from what I heard. Jason Wilcox is not going to Liverpool and never had a concrete negotiation with them. Liverpool have different ideas and Jason Wilcox only wanted Manchester United.

He’s the former Head of Academy at Manchester City, he did an incredible job with people like Joe Shields and many others, but now full focus is on Manchester United the future with INEOS.

So, a work in progress but trust me, it’s only a matter of time.

Sticking with Man United, the negotiation with Newcastle is still ongoing for Dan Ashworth.

It’s not been easy, as expected, but Man United are still working to have Ashworth and Jason Wilcox as soon as possible.

This delay can of course make the process slower in terms of the club’s strategy, but the vision will always be there thanks to the co-owners and new people at the club.

I told you multiple times already – in September, in October, in November – that Man United scouts have been regularly following João Neves and they will keep following him.

They were at Benfica’s last game and they will return again in the final months of the season. Now, with crucial games coming up, Man United will follow the player closely, waiting for the decision on how much they want to invest in the midfielder…

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