Man Utd is facing the biggest change in years. Manchester United’s current owners, the Glazers, confirmed in November that they were open to selling the club. Right now, the process of changing owners is being accelerated.
According to The Times, Man Utd may change hands before June, when the summer transfer window of 2023 opens. According to the Daily Mail, United is attracting strong interest from Qatar. The report says the Middle Eastern nation is confident of knocking out competitors as it looks to take over at Old Trafford.
Man Utd is about to change hands for a record price.
What Man Utd fans want most from any potential club acquisition is 100% dedication. Qatar Group is ready to put the team’s fans on the top priority list in all their activities.
Under the Glazers, fans were often neglected. Indeed, it was not until after the failure of the Super League campaign in 2021 that the US owner was able to interact with fans for the first time in many years.
On the other hand, the Glazers have always limited United’s spending, ever since Sir Alex Ferguson came to power. However, Qatar will not hesitate to support coach Ten Hag in upgrading the squad.
Nothing will stop Man Utd from approaching the biggest names in king sport, such as Kylian Mbappe, Harry Kane or Jude Bellingham.
And more importantly, the owner of Qatar is willing to spend money beyond the original limit to own the Old Trafford club. At that time, according to the Daily Mail, Manchester United will be sold for a record price in the sports world.
Specifically, Man Utd could change hands for more than £5 billion, surpassing the £4.65 billion deal after the Denver Broncos club in the American Football League (NFL) was sold last year.
At this time, there are 6 investors interested in Man Utd. But as mentioned above, the owner of Qatar is holding a great advantage and can knock out all opponents.
Man Utd is in front of a big change.
Last week, the delegation of Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani visited Old Trafford and Carrington to tour, give presentations and work with the Glazers. The talks went on for more than 10 hours and were described as very cordial and positive.
Meanwhile, the visit of Ratcliffe and his delegation lasted only about three hours. More importantly, the Glazers agreed to sell the entire club, although they would accept the investment if a valuation of more than £5 billion was not met.
But in general, with Qatar’s willingness to play, the Glazers can be satisfied with the next offer.
Qatari owners plan to invest heavily in the club, wipe out the debt that the Glazer family forced Man Utd to bear for many years, redevelop the training center and Old Trafford pitch as well as the surrounding facilities. The future Red Devils can compete with every top club in all areas both on and off the pitch.