At the end of 2022, under great pressure from the Manchester United fans, the Glazer brothers were forced to sell the club.
Immediately, many of the richest “giants” on the planet appeared to clearly show their ambition to own the Old Trafford team. At that time, this historic deal was expected to close in the first quarter of 2023.
The Glazer family’s bid for Man Utd was too high, causing the deal to come to a standstill for many months.
However, with the determination to “take profits” as high as possible, the two American presidents of the Red Devils insisted on asking for £6bn, much higher than the £3.75bn valuation for this club.
Accordingly, despite accepting to spend up to 4.5bn pounds, twobnaires Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe still did not receive a “nod” from the top of Manchester United.
However, according to The Telegraph most recently, the Glazer brothers made an extremely ᴜnexpected move. Specifically, Mr. Joel and Avram Glazer have come to the decision to accept to lower the price of their most traditional English football team. Accordingly, £ 5bn is said to be the final number that the two MU owners give to the partners in this deal.
In addition to Sir Ratclife and Saudi crown prince Jassim bin Hamad, there is information that two more parties are also interested in owning Man Utd.
The financial reporting information for Manchester United is currently available to all interested parties in the sale. In addition, potential buyers of the Red Devils are allowed to think about purchasing both Carrington Training Ground and Old Trafford Stadium as part of the takeover process.
The Glazer family is anticipating that since the deal was accepted, the transfer of MU would be finished shortly. The same source claims that this historic agreement will remain in effect once the season concludes in June.
Under Erik ten Hag, Man United is currently having a great season. More than any other team in Europe’s top 5 leagues, the Red Devils have won 31 games this season in all competitions.
Man Utd’s dream deal may collapse
The Old Trafford team has spent a long time watching the star who is currently playing impressively at the EPL.
Poor footwork is a weakness that makes David de Gea’s position at Man Utd shaken after this season. Many sources believe that the Old Trafford team is looking for a more comprehensive keeper to stand in the wooden frame next season.
De Gea is a goalkeeper with a pretty bad footwork
Man Utd has sought a number of players in the past, but several reliable sources claim that David Raya, the goalkeeper for Brentford, is receiving special interest from them right now.
The 1995 standout also had a superb long serve to go along with his class saves. The “Bees” were instrumental in the formation of a run of 12 straight Premier League games without losing thanks in large part to Raya’s outstanding efforts.
Raya is in the sights of Man Utd.
As a result, a source for 90min claims that Brentford may decline to trade Raya in the forthcoming summer transfer window unless they receive a sufficiently alluring offer.
The Bees hope to make around 30 million pounds from the sale of Raya, according to the publication, but they are open to the idea of keeping the Spaniard even if it means losing him on a free transfer that is scheduled to occur in 2024.