Round, Woods and Lumsden move with the Scot but no place for Neville.
Manchester United enter their new era under David Moyes as the manager takes over officially from Sir Alex Ferguson and starts off by appointing three Everton coaches.
Steve Round, Chris Woods and Jimmy Lumsden all make the move with Moyes to Old Trafford, with Round’s hiring as assistant manager ending speculation Phil Neville would be taking up the position.
Woods comes in as a goalkeeping coach whilst Lumsden will help with the outfield first-team players, as the Scot stamps his authority on United early on.
One of the 50-year-old’s first priorities at his new high profile job will be to hold talks with disillusioned striker Wayne Rooney.
Rooney has submitted a transfer request and has already drawn significant interest from clubs as diverse as Arsenal, AS Monaco, Barcelona, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
However, Moyes will be keen to keep the England international at the Red Devils as the 27-year-old is one of the best players at the club, although the manager will not want the forward staying unless he is fully committed.
The triple appointment by the former Toffees boss signals the start of a new era at United, with Ferguson having been in charge for an incredible 26 years before announcing his retirement towards the end of last season.
New coaches might not be the only acquisitions Moyes brings with him from Goodison Park, with the Scot strongly linked with striking a deal for left-back Leighton Baines.