Ed Woodward has quit Manchester United, according to Talksport.
This follows the Super League proposals which are in the process of falling apart.
This is breaking news and awaiting confirmation from Manchester United.
But it has also been reported by Fabrizio Romano.
If it turns out to be accurate, which we desperately, desperately hope it is, this could be the best day for United since we won the title in 2013.
Even the day of the FA Cup final win in 2016 was marred because he sacked the manager who won it.
Woodward was hired by the Glazers in 2013 after David Gill stood down, and he has presided over numerous disastrous transfer windows.
This is potentially a huge development, and the big question now, is whether the Glazers will follow.
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