Manchester United are looking forward to making important of change of ownership decision this season. Under The Glazer Family the red’s of Manchester are valued at £6bn as per the Sunsport report.
Meanwhile it’s reported that sir Jim Ratcliffe the UK richest man is leading the race together with Qatari Investors group to buy a well playing United side. Having already placed bids worth £4.5 million each recently and looking forward for more talks with the current owners.
Erik ten Hag has helped the Premier League giants to Carabao Cup glory recently against Newcastle United. With semi-final fixture against Brighton to follow in FA Cup and Europa League last-8 encounter against Sevilla another challenge for United in this season.
MANCHESTER UNITED could reportedly become a part of the biggest multi-club network in the world if they are taken over by Qatari investors. The Red Devils’ owners the Glazers Family are considering several bids.
Qatar Sports Investments already own Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain. And according to the Daily Record, QSI chairman and PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is considering now taking control of Malaga. Who are in danger of dropping down to the third tier of Spanish football.
They also have a definite factor, controlling stake in Portuguese outfit Sporting Braga.This is part of a plan to create the biggest multi-club network in the sport. With Sporting Braga acting as development outfit for Manchester United and PSG.
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