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Sir Jim Ratcliffe makes decision that affects United's Champions League future

Manchester United main goal is to reach Champions League football once again.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are aware that they could really have the need to reach the Champions League football once again and they are ready to make it happen this season.

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Manchester United office is now keen on the idea that the red devils main goal for the rest of the season is to end as one of the top four teams and this could really help the team to get back to the Champions League football as the now office are convinced that with the changes they are going to make they could get some better results in this competitition.

On top of that it has been confirmed that the red devils make profits of around 100 million euros more every time they qualify to the Champions League, and the fact is that right now they are looking to go ahead and make sure that they do everything they can to secure that the team would play in this competition the next year, as Sir Jim Ratcliffe prepares some changes.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is now the owner of 25% the red devils and several sources close to him have confirmed that he has the intention to buy more shares from the Glazers, but there is the concern that the fact that he is the owner of the OGC Nice team could make the UEFA to put some restrictions as well.

Several sources even believe that if Sir Jim Ratcliffe owns more of the red devils, he would have to decide which team would play in the Champions League if both teams qualify and this is according to the rules from the UEFA that does not want the same group to own multiple teams, but the fact is that the INEOS owner is aware of this and he's ready to change.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe decisions

Most of the sources have now confirmed that Sir Jim Ratcliffe is willing to let the OGC Nice day to day operations to a new group as he would be ready to focus only on the red devils and avoid any problem in the near future.

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