David Gill has announced he is to stand down as Manchester United's chief executive on June 30th.
In a statement released on the club`s official website, the 55-year-old said his summer departure would allow United to "refresh themselves with new management and ideas".
It was also confirmed that executive vice chairman Ed Woodward would replace Gill as chief executive.
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