A consortium of fans and individuals from around the globe are interested in buying a stake in Manchester United.
According to the Webby & O’Neill YouTube channel, they have made a proposal about buying a 26 percent share of the club.
Webby & O’Neill also talked about the identities of the involved individuals, including Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Michael Knighton.
Ratcliffe, the chairman of the Ineos chemicals group and Britain’s wealthiest man, expressed interest in buying United after Bloomberg claimed that the Glazer family were open to selling.
Knighton, who came very close to purchasing the club in 1989, also wants to buy the Premier League club.
Consortium Offer is Great News
United fans would love to get rid of the Glazers, who are one of the biggest reasons the club haven’t been able to compete for silverware in recent years.
They have taken huge sums of money out of United and left the club saddled with huge debts.
However, they have made enormous funds available for signing new players. But due to consistently poor recruitment, only a few players could be considered a success at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire, Jadon Sancho and Romelu Lukaku are some of their most expensive signings, but none of them have made a huge impact.
The Glazers have faced increased criticism from fans, and they may finally decide to sell the club to the delight of all supporters.
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