Unhappy Manchester United investors are set to take Ed Woodward to task regarding the club’s subpar performances on and off the pitch this season.
According to Sky Sports, executive vice-chairman Woodward will be involved in a conference call with the club’s financiers on Thursday after the quarterly financials are released.
The investors reportedly want answers as to why shares have dropped to less than £9.63 – the lowest they have been since the club was floated on the New York Stock Exchange in 2012.
Despite enormous commercial deals being struck, particularly with adidas, things are not rosy regarding the Old Trafford outfit as evidenced by the drop in stock price.
The Red Devils’ results during the 2015/16 season under Louis van Gaal have been below par, which has heavily contributed to the decrease in value, and will also be questioned when Woodward is grilled.