The announcement that Britain’s richest billionaire – Sir Jim Ratcliffe – will participate in taking over 25% of MU shares (about 1.5 billion pounds) is expected to be announced tomorrow (October 19) through a vote of the Association. Club board of directors.
Once officially confirmed, Mr. Jim Ratcliffe will participate in managing MU’s sports and football affairs.
According to the Guardian, investing in transfer of the Red Devils can be improved after the participation of the petrochemical billionaire. However, there will be no change in the immediate mid-season shopping period, due to financial fair play restrictions.
This source also said that the British billionaire took the transfer of Casemiro from Real Madrid last summer, as a milestone for needing to change the Red Devils’ ‘marketing’ policy.
He said that MU shopped unwisely, spending 60 million euros on a 30-year-old player with a 4-year contract and a high salary of 350,000 pounds/week.
If the Brazilian midfielder showed his value in his first year, this season is only a shadow of himself.
Daily Mail said that Erik ten Hag himself is also disappointed with the Red Devils’ shopping strategy when it lacks clarity on goals and budget, has limited data, is still expensive but does not boldly spend on important contracts. important (for example, the Harry Kane deal).
Therefore, the Red Devils captain hopes that Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s arrival can change this, so that the club can shop more effectively.