The Glazer family, who owns Man United, is still deliberating over proposals from Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani.
Erik ten Hag’s team will play in its first Premier League game against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.
However, there is uncertainty outside of what is occurring on the field. The Glazers announced a “strategic review” of their ownership of the team in November.
At the time, it was emphasized that moving forward, all alternatives, including a full sale, would remain on the table. Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani emerged as the front-runners to acquire the club.
There haven’t been many updates on either businessman’s development. This week, Sir Jim Ratcliffe declared that if he were to buy the team, failure would not be an option.
But whoever takes over as manager of United faces a challenging assignment because Old Trafford’s share price is still declining. MEN Sport will summarize the takeover developments throughout the day and provide you with the most recent selling information as well.
Updated United share price
The share price increased somewhat in the first hour, rising to $19.77, but has since decreased to its beginning price of $19.66.
Currently, it appears doubtful that the stock price will grow significantly today.