“I’m Genuinely Not Sure What The Hold Up is Here.” Stock Market Insider Confirms Imminent Manchester United Selling Following Prolonged Bidding Saga

Only a few clubs can compete with Manchester United in terms of global recognition and commercial success. At exactly $6 billion, Manchester United is the world’s second most valuable football club, only behind Real Madrid and above the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona.

It’s only normal that people are particularly interested in how the takeover saga turns out to be. The Glazers have been in charge of Manchester United since 2005 and achieved success with Sir Alex Ferguson as the manager and David Gill as Chief Executive.

Although Man Utd have won 14 trophies under the Glazers, most recently the Carabao Cup success with Erik ten Hag in February, their reign has been met with frustrations from fans. Protests against the Glazers have been around for many years, with many fans growing tired of the frequent disappointments and calling for the American family to sell the club.

Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim Reportedly Entered Exclusivity Weeks Prior

Negotiations for the sale of Manchester United have been ongoing since the Glazers first announced their plans to sell the club back in November. Bids have come in, but two leading bidders are Sir Jim Ratcliffe and an investor group led by Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim.

Reuters reported earlier this month that Sheikh Jassim was negotiating exclusivity over the sale of the club by the red devils, which would leave Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the other interested parties out of the discussions. Perhaps the negotiations didn’t go as planned, as the club continues negotiating with Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the Qatar-led consortium.

The sales process has dragged on for too long, angering fans and legends of the club. Experts say the Glazers are playing hardball to try and get more money from the club’s sales, which proves that the family has always been about making money and never truly cared about the club’s progress.

Manchester United, Club Sales Imminent According to Market Insider

A market insider has confirmed that the sale of Manchester United to Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar is imminent. The Qatari billionaire reportedly made his last bid earlier this month, and this market insider has confirmed that the result of the sale will be known when the club reports its earnings today.

This couldn’t have been better for United fans frustrated by the club’s lack of progress in the transfer market. After three unsuccessful bids for Mason Mount, Manchester United has yet to move for another player in the market since the transfer window officially opened.

Who would you rather see as the new owner of Manchester United? Sheikh Jassim of Qatar or Sir Jim Ratcliffe of England? Let us know below.



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