Roony Bardghji will turn 18 years old next week and he was the one who scored the late goal to help Copenhagen defeat Man Utd 4-3 last weekend. The Swedish international is being watched by many teams in the Premier League but French side Nice could be the pioneer.
Nice has been owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s petrochemical company INEOS since 2019 and they have become a hub for young talent from across Europe. Bardghji appears to be another forward-looking signing for Nice to make in the near future.
Meanwhile, Ratcliffe is in the process of negotiating to buy back 25% of Man Utd’s shares. The Glazer family has agreed to this proposal and just waiting for the Red Devils’ Board of Directors to approve, Ratcliffe will officially take over football activities here.
Ratcliffe’s ambition is to build a multi-club football model for Man Utd. Specifically, under Man Utd there will be “sub-clubs” to support the team in transfer deals.
Ngoa Long | 22:42 November 12, 2023