Manchester United owners to explore sale as Glazers seek new investment

Manchester United owners, the Glazers, are exploring the possibility of selling the club. Get all the details on this potential sale and its implications.

The Glazers’ announcement of a review of the financial options available to them will prompt a multitude of reports speculating over the club’s sale.

News of Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United comes just hours after his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan, during which he took aim at everyone from manager Erik ten Hag to the Glazers themselves.

Ronaldo was very critical in his explanation of why he feels the Glazers have failed in their reign as owners, telling Piers Morgan Uncensored: “The owners, the Glazers, they don’t care about the club. I mean, professional sport.”

Glazers ready to sell Man Utd for £3.75 billion

The Glazers have set an asking price of £3.75 billion for Manchester United and would be open to selling the club to Dubai.

The Glazers could be prepared to sell Manchester United, according to the Mail. They have reportedly slapped a £3.75-billion price tag on the Premier League club. The report states that this is the figure that would be enough to sell the Manchester club and looks into potential buyers.

As the richest man in Britain, Jim Ratcliffe is a well-known supporter of Manchester United. Recently, he made an attempt to buy Chelsea before Todd Boehly and his consortium completed the takeover. However, according to the Mail, Dubai could follow in the footsteps of Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia and buy a Premier League club.

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