Keep up with the most recent headlines, rumors, and news on the planned takeover of the club.
Even if they are still considering two offers, the Glazer family still owns Manchester United.
The Americans have not yet agreed to proposals led by Sheikh Jassim of Qatar and British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe through his INEOS company, and United is still at a crossroads off the field. That implies that supporters will have to continue playing the waiting game before anticipating new beginnings.
Sheikh Jassim has not responded to his offer in the open to this point. However, Sir Jim stated that failure is not an option for him while speaking about the takeover in a rare interview.
Even while there isn’t enough to get supporters fired up about a takeover getting rubber-stamped just yet, there are still a few intriguing tidbits floating around. Here is our most recent list of the top news stories;
The Glazer family has received a clear transfer message from Manchester United supporters.
According to reports, the club is already planning its recruitment push for next summer, with initial goals set for at least four significant additions. The supporters, who contend that significant changes are required behind the scenes for that to happen, have, however, shot down that report.
United wants to bolster their team’s defense, center back, central midfield, and offensive positions.
Even if Manchester United will have to wait a little while longer for the Glazer family to make a final judgment on two pending offers, it appears that one premier league team is moving closer to being acquired.
Everton are reportedly close to being acquired by Miami, Florida-based investment company 777 Partners. They have been arguing about buying the Toffees for a while now.
Last month, negotiations between the Premier League team and MSP Sports Capital came to an end. That has made it possible for 777 Partners to enter and, if all goes according to plan, take over.