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Sir Jim Ratcliffe has revealed he is in it for the long haul at Manchester United and won't spend millions on a short-term fix.

Ratcliffe took a 27.7 per cent stake in United on Christmas Eve for £1.3bn - with the deal ratified by the Premier League on Tuesday - after a long-winded sale process that began in November 2022

The British billionaire has plenty on his plate as he takes control of football operations of a team who haven't won the Premier League in 11 years.

He has already made encouraging strides, with the Red Devils swooping for Man City's Omar Berrada, who will become United's new CEO, while an approach has also been made for Newcastle United's sporting director Dan Ashworth, with Ratcliffe pledging to restore the club to the top of world football.

Despite the promising early signs, Ratcliffe insisted fixing the club will take time and outlined how he won't splash large sums of money on a stop-gap solution.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has claimed fixing Man United will take time and

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