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New Man Utd chief exec Arnold hoping to improve relationship with Neville and co

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New Manchester United chief exec Richard Arnold is eager to improve the club's relationship with certain ex-players in the media.

The Athletic reports Arnold will take over from Ed Woodward on February 1 and is already looking to establish a smoother relationship with club legends who are now authoritative voices in the media.

Arnold has reportedly already reached out to Neville, with Paul Scholes also expected to hold talks with him in the near future.

There are a number of other ex-United players in punditry such as Rio Ferdinand, Roy Keane and Owen Hargreaves.

But it is Neville who has been the most scathing of the direction United have headed in over the past few years under the ownership of the Glazer family and he has repeatedly scrutinised the role of Woodward on Sky Sports.

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