Recently, investors who want to acquire Man Utd have expressed dissatisfaction when the Glazer family delayed the sale of the team. The two leading candidates, Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe and His Highness Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, were disappointed that the US owner was slow to work.
Public opinion believes that the delay when selling Man Utd is because the Glazers want to carefully consider the offers and find ways to push the price up as high as possible. The Glazers want to sell Man Utd at over £6 billion.
Notably, the process of changing hands has suddenly become quiet in recent weeks, despite the news that Man Utd is likely to change hands in November.
Latest, Daily Mail revealed The Glazers are demanding a huge amount of up to £10 billion to sell Man United. The source said: “The Glazers are really thick-skinned and haven’t been affected by any negative reactions from fans.”
The American owner made Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim feel like they didn’t know where they were in the negotiations. The Daily Mail claims that the reason behind the Glazer family’s withdrawal of Man United from the transfer is that they will try to sell the club back in 2025.
The Glazers hope financial and environmental factors can help them attract more investors and get a bigger offer over the next two years.
Tieu Lam | 05:50 September 3, 2023