Manchester United’s appointment of new scout Tommy Moller Nielsen is the latest of several pending additions to the talent spotting team.
The Mail says Nielsen – a Dane who also spent a year at Aberdeen – signed with United as the eyes and ears in Scandinavia.
United are set to make upwards of 15 new appointments in their scouting division after a review into the club’s structure.
That was ordered by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward with head of development John Murtough filing the findings.
There remains a raft of jobs unfilled across Europe as United look to wrestle back their power in landing some of the continent’s elite teenagers.