As pressure continues to mount on him to sign more players for Manchester United, CEO Ed Woodward has put up his house for sale.

According to United report, Woodward’s five bedroom house situated in Knutsford has been listed by Savills for a guide price of £2 million.

This is the same house that was attacked by United fans back in January as they demanded for more action from the club chief in the transfer market.

It is still not clear if this is the main reason why he is selling the house in the first place.

Woodward has been involved with the club for the past 15 years. The 48-year-old played a key role in the Glazers’ takeover of United in 2005 and was subsequently handed a position within the club before being named executive vice-chairman in 2012. 

In his first transfer window in the role, Woodward failed to win fans over with a lack of signings and, after missing out on Cesc Fabregas, the decision to sign Marouane Fellaini from Everton was widely ridiculed.