Man Utd homepage has just posted an announcement about the plan to change the superstructure, after announcing the farewell to superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
On the morning of November 23, Man Utd officially announced the termination of the contract with superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. This is what was expected after the “storm” criticism, aimed at the 37-year-old striker’s club right before the 2022 World Cup.
After the early liquidation of Ronaldo, Man Utd made fans extremely suddenly when sᴜԀԀenly posting more information about the change of the superstructure. Accordingly, the Red Devils do not rule out the possibility that there will be a new owner in the near future.
Specifically, the homepage of Man Utd Club posted about the plan “The process of discovering strategic solutions to enhance the growth of the club”. The British media called this operating guide like the effective sale of the club by the Glazers owners.
Accordingly, Man Utd’s exclusive financial advisor is the New York-based Raine Group. The unit marketed the sale of Chelsea earlier this year on behalf of Roman Abramovich. It is known that Man Utd is valued at about 5 bιllιon pounds.
The text of the announcement reads as follows: “Today, the Board of Directors announces that it is beginning the process of exploring strategic alternatives for the club. This process is designed to accelerate growth. future of Man Utd, with the ultimate goal of taking advantage of opportunities both on the pitch and commercially.
As part of this process, the Board will consider all strategic alternatives, including new investments in the club, sale or other related transactions.
President and CEO Avram Glazer and Joel Glazer said: “We seek to continue to build on Man Utd’s successful history, the Board of Directors has enabled a thorough assessment of alternatives. strategy.
We will evaluate all options to ensure that we best serve our fans and Man Utd will maximize the important development opportunities available to the team today and into the future.”
Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain’s richest man with a total fortune of £12 bιllιon, confirms interest in Man Utd in the summer of 2022. Chairman of Ineos Group may return to this deal in the near future.
Man Utd immediately move for ‘The Flash’ £48m after Ronaldo ‘goodbye’
Manchester United may move for LOSC Lille striker Jonathan David in January due to ‘an interesting domino effect’, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s controversial tell-all interview with Piers Morgan kick-started a chain of events which has seen the club confirm that the Portugal star has left the club by mutual consent late Tuesday afternoon.
What is the latest news involving David?
Ronaldo’s exit has surely accelerated the need for a replacement for Erik ten Hag and it appears that the club could have someone in mind.
Romano has previously stated that David is likely to be on the move next year following an impressive spell with Lille, helping them claim the Ligue 1 title in 2020/21.
“Jonathan David, I’m told that soon, many clubs will move and there is a great, great chance for him to make his move in 2023,” the transfer expert claimed on his YouTube channel.
“Let’s see if it will be January, let’s see if it will be [in the] summer, but Jonathan David is expected to leave Lille in 2023 and many clubs are tracking him.”
The Manchester Evening News has revealed that the Canada international is on United’s shortlist for Ronaldo replacements, while the player has admitted that he wants to play for a ‘massive club’.
What has Romano said about David?
Romano believes that Ronaldo’s exit from Old Trafford could cause a ripple effect that sees David become an option to replace him.
In an interview with GiveMeSport, he said: “Let’s see if Man United will decide to go for him because he could be available in January or if Jonathan David will go elsewhere.
“It could become a kind of domino, an interesting domino effect for Man United, but for sure, they need a striker when Cristiano leaves.”
Could David excel at the World Cup?
David is expected to play a key part for Canada during the ongoing World Cup having found the back of the net on 22 occasions in just 35 caps and is valued at around £48 million as a result.
Many of the versatile attacker’s strikes have come against lowly opposition such as Cuba, Suriname and Martinique, though, and the showpiece event in Qatar will represent a much greater challenge.
Canada are set to take on Belgium, Croatia and Morocco in Group F, and a large portion of their hopes of reaching the knockout stages will rest of David’s shoulders.
A strong World Cup showing could convince United that he’s the ideal candidate to bolster Erik ten Hag’s forward line, succeeding the outgoing Ronaldo.