Football, Premier League | The Telegraph: Manchester United sale postponed

Football, Premier League |  The Telegraph: Manchester United sale postponed

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe have both announced bids for Manchester United this winter.

Both bids are said to be around £4.5 billion, with the hope of buying all of the Glazer family’s shares in the English giants.

Will the sale be delayed until May?

But the American Glazers will not be satisfied with the amount of bids and hope that the club will approach six billion pounds sterling for the club. The telegraph.

All six of the Glazer siblings have their own intentions and desires to sell, which leads to some hesitation.

The Telegraph believes the sale price will likely end up somewhere between the Glazer family’s demands and the offers made, and that the sale is likely to be delayed until after the season.

An alternative to selling the club is to bring in investors, who can help develop Old Trafford and the club’s training facilities in Carrington.

great resentment

Among Manchester United supporters, there has been great discontent with the Glazer family in recent years.

When Avram Glazer was present during the final on Sunday, the volume was turned up even further, and “We want Glazer” was occasionally echoed over Wembley.

The League Cup victory over Newcastle United was Manchester United’s first title since 2017.

On Wednesday, the hunt for another trophy continues when West Ham visit the FA Cup fifth-round tie.

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