The current takeover of Manchester United comes after a new admission from Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani, two other Manchester United takeover aspirants, are waiting for more information on the sale.

In a rare public interview, potential Manchester United takeover candidate Sir Jim Ratcliffe discussed his attempts to purchase the team.

After presenting their respective offers to the Glazers, Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani have both kept silent about the selling procedure. The owners of United haven’t given many updates while they continue to consider the offers that are now being considered.

In August, MEN Sport reported that Sheikh Jassim was worried the Glazers might decide not to sell United after submitting their £5 billion enhanced bid and not hearing back from them. Avram Glazer declined to respond to inquiries from reporters on the US pre-season tour when given the chance to provide an update on the sale.

In the most recent look at the takeover news, Ratcliffe discusses his ideas on how to run the club and his proposal.

Ratcliffe announces a new takeover.

As he waits for news on the sale, INEOS founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe has acknowledged that failing in the attempt to acquire Manchester United is not an option for him

Ratcliffe is one of the two candidates in the running to purchase the Reds after the Glazers announced a “strategic review” in November. At the time, this study was understood to include the possibility of a full sale as one of the possible futures for the club’s ownership.

Ratcliffe is rumored to have approached the American family following the news with an offer for roughly 60% of United. Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani, who is offering a 100% buyout, is a fierce competitor, nevertheless.

Both Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim’s offers are estimated to be in the $5 billion range. Unfortunately for United supporters, there have been no updates on the takeover procedure.

The Glazers are the Premier League’s least popular owners.

It is not unexpected that the Glazers have been named the Premier League’s least popular owners by a recent study. The statistics, compiled by AceOdds, examined how fans used social media to discuss their picks.

They found that 85% of jobs during the transfer window’s July opening were considered unfavorable to the American family. Since the window has closed and the vast majority of United supporters are calling for a change, this has increased to 95%.






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