Arab emirate considering buying Manchester United

The English newspaper Daily Mail reported that Manchester United’s owners had set an appropriate price for them to abandon the English club.

And according to an English journalist, the Glazer family is ready to give Manchester United for 3.75 billion pounds.

In recent months, the Glazer family has come under fire and vitriol from Manchester United fans.

So far, there has been no indication from the obscure Glazers that the club is up for sale or that they are willing to bid on a property division.

However, there have been reports that they may be interested in selling some of the shares to a potential minority investor.

But fans are hoping for far more drastic changes than just pushing a new owner into a minority stake.

With the club not having won a title since manager Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 and the team finished sixth last season, there have been renewed calls for a change of ownership.

The overwhelming majority of Red Devils fans demanded that the Glazer family leave the English club and change owners.

And the paper said the sum could be tempting for Britain’s richest man, Jim Ratcliffe, who failed to buy Chelsea earlier this year.

She explained that there is another competitor who wants to buy Manchester United, such as the sovereign wealth fund in Dubai, so that the emirate joins the list of Arab owners of English clubs, where there are Manchester City in Abu Dhabi and Newcastle United. to Saudi Arabia.

But it’s not yet clear whether the purchase will come through Dubai Investment Corporation or Dubai Holding as more details on the matter are revealed in the coming days if the Arab emirate has a serious desire to complete the eye-catching purchase.

Source: Dailymail

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