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Manchester United's hierarchy: Meet the Old Trafford chiefs Jose Mourinho and his coaching staff will work alongside

* Jose Mourinho signed a three-year deal at Manchester United on Friday
* The United manager will bring in his trusted assistant Rui Faria
* Goalkeeping coach Silvino Louro is expected to join the Old Trafford club
* Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward deals with the day-to-day running
* Woodward gave Mourinho a tour of Aon Training Ground on Monday


Jose Mourinho took his first steps into Carrington on Monday after signing a three-year deal to take over at Manchester United.

The Portuguese, whose contract is worth £45million and has the option of a extra year, was escorted around the premises by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and spent time chewing the fat with ambassador Sir Bobby Charlton.

Mourinho had a peak inside his new glass offices at the top of the training HQ where he will plot United’s Premier League title challenge next season.

But where does the 53-year-old fit among the United hierarchy? Sportsmail looks at those who will have a bearing on the success of Louis van Gaal’s replacement.




ED WOODWARD - EXECUTIVE VICE-CHAIRMAN

Woodward, who led United’s flotation on the market four years ago, chairs the main board and ultimately carries the can with supporters for the hiring and firing of managers. Desperate for this one to come off after Louis van Gaal’s failure and was seen beaming as his new man surveyed the new surroundings. Will provide him with substantial funds to strengthen.



Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward (left) deals with the day-to-day running of the club

AVRAM AND JOEL GLAZER - EXECUTIVE CO-CHAIRMEN

Both Malcolm Glazer’s sons joined the United board in 2005 and were thought to be taking on added responsibility after his death in 2014. Almost silent partners in their own club, however - the pair are very rarely heard of.



Joel (left) and Avram Glazer (right) have taken over the reins of the club following their dad's death in 2014

RICHARD ARNOLD - MANAGING DIRECTOR

A highly influential figure in the commercial success of United since his arrival in 2007 and a major player in their recent deals with adidas and Chevrolet. His standing at United was underlined by welcoming Mourinho on Monday alongside Woodward and Charlton.



Managing director Richard Arnold (second left) welcomed Jose Mourinho to United's Carrington base

JOHN MURTOUGH - HEAD OF FIRST-TEAM DEVELOPMENT

A multi-faceted job which has seen him help out in the overhaul of United’s academy structure over the last six months alongside club secretary John Alexander, while linking with Van Gaal’s seniors.

Key that he was also at Carrington for formal introductions earlier this week as United continue to re-jig their hierarchy. His primary role - alongside a few others - will come clearer in the next month.

NICK BUTT - HEAD OF ACADEMY

Appointed in February, Butt has been tasked with dealing with problems in the club’s academy, centred on communication through the age groups. He will oversee the development of United’s top talent coming through the ranks and handed the responsibility to tweak practices.

Mourinho has been criticised in the past for failing to engage in bringing youth through but will have Butt on hand to brief him. Ryan Giggs could be involved in that set-up should he stay at the club after talks in the coming days.



Nicky Butt has been tasked with the responsibility of heading up Manchester United's youth academy

RUI FARIA - ASSISTANT MANAGER

Mourinho had to bring his trusty sidekick to Manchester. Faria has followed him across Europe for 15 years.

He acts as a sounding board in tactical decisions and how training is conducted, described by Mourinho as ‘the guy that understands best my information and the way I work’.



Rui Faria is expected to join Mourinho at Old Trafford after working as an assistant at Chelsea, Real and Inter

SILVINO LOURO - GOALKEEPING COACH

The quieter man in Mourinho’s backroom staff, although has become embroiled in touchline disputes down the years - most notably at West Ham last year.

He assumed more general roles during the last spell at Chelsea, although is likely to take care of the goalkeepers given Frans Hoek left alongside Van Gaal.



Goalkeeping coach Silvino Louro (left) is expected to replace Frans Hoek at Manchester United

SIR BOBBY CHARLTON - AMBASSADOR

Charlton chatting away to Mourinho on club television was symbolic as they make peace following the former’s overt stance on whether United should ever hire him.

The 78-year-old would have preferred Giggs to be handed the reins but told Mourinho he was happy to see him and offered congratulations. Perhaps a sign of the times at Old Trafford that the ‘football board’ did not sway those in New York over Van Gaal’s replacement.



Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton (centre) greeted Mourinho despite his previous doubts

SIR ALEX FERGUSON - AMBASSADOR

Will be interesting to see when Mourinho meets up with Ferguson in a similar vein to Charlton. Ferguson has publicly praised the new man in the past, although it remains to be seen whether he will make a statement about the move.



Sir Alex Ferguson was at Wembley Stadium to cheer on United during their FA Cup final win over Palace

DAVID GILL - AMBASSADOR

Has made it quite clear that he - with Charlton and Ferguson - are available to talk through managerial discussions if requested. Was consulted in the final few months but was an advocate of a promotion for Giggs, saying he ‘can’t be a No 2 forever’.



Former Manchester United chief executive David Gill (left) is still in regular contact with his successor

JAMIE REIGLE - COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR

Manages the club’s sponsorship among other significant roles. Could be key in feeding back the mood of companies affiliated to United, including adidas, and the slight stumbling blocks over Mourinho’s trademark at Chelsea will have come under his umbrella.



Commercial director Jamie Reigle works closely with United's sponsors including adidas

THE OTHER FOUR GLAZER DIRECTORS

Kevin, Edward and Bryan Glazer are joined by their sister Darcie Glazer Kassewitz on the company board. Bryan and Edward are also co-chairmen of the NFL franchise Tampa Bay Buccaneers.



Darcie Glazer Kassewitz is on Manchester United's board alongside her brothers

THE THREE INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS

Robert Leitao is head of financial giant Rothschild’s advisory business and whose role it is to challenge the executive committee.

Manu Sawhney, most recently managing director of ESPN STAR Sports, is a hugely influential individual in Asia and whose expertise on that continent is crucial for United’s model.

The third, John Hooks, is a major player in the fashion industry as president of Ralph Lauren Europe and has been on United’s board since 2012.

All three men bring an outside look at situations inside United - something which can only aid the club when undertaking big decisions.

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JOHN ALEXANDER TO RETIRE IN SEPTEMBER

Manchester United's club secretary John Alexander is to retire in September.

The 61-year-old became only the fifth different secretary at United since 1926, when being appointed in 2010 following a spell in the same position at Tottenham Hotspur.

Alexander, who had a playing career with Millwall, Reading and Northampton Town, will continue to act as a consultant to the club when he retires.

Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: "John is universally respected and admired throughout the game as being at the top of his profession. His know-how and intelligence have allowed him successfully to manage the transition from the traditional, authoritarian figure of the old club secretary to make sure that the office meets the demands of the modern game.

"Never afraid to challenge the existing order and to innovate in the way the club operates, his unrivalled experience has enabled us to make huge strides forward in the way the football club works.

"I am delighted that we have persuaded him to continue in a consultative capacity. His invaluable advice will be accessible both to me and his successor. We wish him and [his wife] Cathy every happiness in retirement. They will always be welcome at Old Trafford."

John Alexander said: "I didn't take this decision lightly, I want Cathy and I to be able to spend more time together. I’d like to thank the owners, Ed and Jose Mourinho for understanding my wish to retire and for offering me the chance to continue my association with the club and the game as a consultant.

"I have had the privilege of working for some of the best clubs and some of the greatest managers in the game, I feel honoured to have had such a wonderful career. I am equally sure that Cathy and I will enjoy this new chapter in our lives."

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JOHN ALEXANDER TO RETIRE IN SEPTEMBER

Manchester United's club secretary John Alexander is to retire in September.

The 61-year-old became only the fifth different secretary at United since 1926, when being appointed in 2010 following a spell in the same position at Tottenham Hotspur.

Alexander, who had a playing career with Millwall, Reading and Northampton Town, will continue to act as a consultant to the club when he retires.

Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: "John is universally respected and admired throughout the game as being at the top of his profession. His know-how and intelligence have allowed him successfully to manage the transition from the traditional, authoritarian figure of the old club secretary to make sure that the office meets the demands of the modern game.

"Never afraid to challenge the existing order and to innovate in the way the club operates, his unrivalled experience has enabled us to make huge strides forward in the way the football club works.

"I am delighted that we have persuaded him to continue in a consultative capacity. His invaluable advice will be accessible both to me and his successor. We wish him and [his wife] Cathy every happiness in retirement. They will always be welcome at Old Trafford."

John Alexander said: "I didn't take this decision lightly, I want Cathy and I to be able to spend more time together. I’d like to thank the owners, Ed and Jose Mourinho for understanding my wish to retire and for offering me the chance to continue my association with the club and the game as a consultant.

"I have had the privilege of working for some of the best clubs and some of the greatest managers in the game, I feel honoured to have had such a wonderful career. I am equally sure that Cathy and I will enjoy this new chapter in our lives."

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Manchester United's scouting manager Javier Ribalta departs club to take up sporting director role at Russian side Zenit St Petersburg

* Javier Ribalta has left Man United to join Zenit St Petersburg as sporting director
* There is no 'bad reason' behind Ribalta's decision to depart after one season
* The former Juventus scout moved to Old Trafford as scouting manager last year
* Man United have signed only Diogo Dalot, Fred and Lee Grant so far this summer


Manchester United's scouting manager Javier Ribalta has left the club after just one year in the job.

Ribalta moved from Juventus as part of a overhaul of United's recruitment network to work alongside chief scout Jim Lawlor and head of global scouting Marcel Bout 12 months ago.

He has been appointed sporting director at Zenit St Petersburg, where he will work alongside newly-appointed boss Sergei Semak who replaced Italy-bound Roberto Mancini at the helm.


While at Juventus, new Zenit sporting director Javier Ribalta was vital in signing Paul Pogba

The Spaniard played a key role in identifying Fred and Diogo Dalot as United targets this summer, while the club also bought Lee Grant from Stoke City.

It was hoped that Ribalta would have a similar impact as he did during five years at Juventus where he helped assemble some of the top talent in Europe on a budget, including Paul Pogba's free transfer from United to Turin.

he was the driving force behind the recruitment of Dani Alves, Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro for the Serie A champions.


Man United's former scouting manager Ribalta helped sign Diogo Dalot (above) to the club

It's understood that Ribalta felt he could not turn down the opportunity to take on a more senior role at Zenit, and there has been no fallout with Jose Mourinho or 'bad reason' behind his departure.

Ribalta is reported to see the chance to become sporting director at a big European club as a 'great challenge'.

Before joining Juventus in 2012, Ribalta scouted prospective talent across Europe for Novara and Torino.

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