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Man Utd to change office in London after 10 years

Manchester United have concluded plans to move its London headquarters from Mayfair to Kensington.

United will quit their £1million-a-year Mayfair HQ after 10 years to move to a larger office in Kensington.

The move is reportedly happening at the instance of CEO Richard Arnold who is keen to build a larger power base at Old Trafford following the departure of Ed Woodward last year.

The club has reportedly signed a 10-year lease to occupy the entire top floor of the Kensington Building, which comprises 16,000 square feet plus a 7,414 square foot rooftop deck with staff expected to move in this fall.

Former executive vice chairman, Ed Woodward and other officers have worked at the Stratton Street office, but Arnold, who took over as CEO last year, prefers to work at Old Trafford.

The development is also coming amid talk of Manchester United sale up process which has attracted interest from Sir Jim Ratcliffe, a British billionaire and the Qatari State backed investors.


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