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Gary Neville and Roy Keane agree on Jason Wilcox's first job at Manchester United

Gary Neville and Roy Keane have previously outlined what needs to be the priority for Manchester United's hierarchy - in what could be Jason Wilcox's first job at the club.

United are interested in appointing Wilcox as their new technical director. Wilcox is currently the director of football at Southampton, a position he has held since last summer when he left his previous role at Manchester City as academy director.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe are looking to complete an overhaul of the club's recruitment department and hierarchy following Ineos Group's 25 per cent takeover earlier this year. That has already seen the appointment of Omar Berrada as the club's new chief executive, while Dan Ashworth is wanted for an inaugural sporting director role, which he currently holds at Newcastle United.

Should Wilcox be appointed at United, he would join the new recruitment team that is being assembled by Ratcliffe and Ineos. Neville and Keane have already outlined that area of the club behind the scenes that needs to be a priority under the new ownership, which could fall under Wilcox's responsibility if he is appointed.

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Speaking on the Stick to Football podcast, brought to you by Sky Bet, back in January, Neville explained why having the correct people in charge behind the scenes is vital to United achieving success in the future.

Neville said in January: “Why should the manager be responsible for spending £80million and £20m in salary for four years on a player, when they could potentially only be there for a year or two –