David Moyes says David Sullivan will “stand aside a bit” from player recruitment in the coming months.
The club signed Joao Mario on loan from Inter and Patrice Evra on a free transfer at the start of the month, but Moyes does not expect Sullivan to have as much say in deals in the summer.
He said: “Hopefully we’ll find ways of churning it back out and trying to make decisions which are right.
“They have signed an awful lot of good players here, a lot of good players – Manuel Lanzini, Marko Arnautovic – so there’s no criticism, but we’re going to set up something that hopefully gives us another look.
“It’s going to come a little bit away from the chairman. The chairman is going to try to stand aside a bit from it.”
Sullivan has already revealed plans to improve the club’s recruitment, and it remains to be seen if Moyes will be given more control over who he is able to buy.