Manchester United could be vended by the Glazer family after 17 times of power, according to a report. The Glazers are preparing to advertise their intention to explore new investment in the club which could lead to a partial or full trade of the club, according to Sky News.
This is likely to come in the form of a full or partial trade, or a strategic cooperation with third parties, in what would be an transaction of one of the world’s biggest football clubs.
Glazer family ‘open’ to exploring Manchester United sale
The Glazers’ 17- time rule over United has been marred in rising debts and vigorous addict kick, with little enhancement on the pitch to go with it. United remain without a Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired back in 2013, and the possessors have faced serious counterreaction for their inadequate supporter- power scheme, with the maturity of voting rights retained in their binary- class share structure.
United haven’t won the Premier League since 2013 and are in a legal battle with Cristiano Ronaldo after he said that Manchester United are a “ marketing club ” and that the possessors “ do n’t watch about the club ”. In an explosive interview with Talk television, the five- time Ballon d’Or winner said, “The Glazers, they don’t care about the club. I mean, professional sport, as you know, Manchester is a marketing club. They will get money from the marketing – the sport, it’s, they don’t really care, in my opinion.”
Pressed for comment on whether he has ever talked with the Glazers, he replied: “Never. Never. They give all their power to the president and sporting directive. The fans should know the truth. They should know that the players want the best for the club.”
Any implicit trade would be a seminal moment for important of the club’s fanbase, in what would be a alternate top- flight power change in quick race after Roman Abramovich’s forced £2.5 bn trade of Chelsea before this time. Fenway Sports Group, who enjoy Liverpool, are also said to be exploring external investment openings presently.