Update: Glazers sold Man Utd in early 2023, fans ‘еcstatic’ with new £13.5BN owner’s profile

Manchester United fans may be ecstatic early next year, as it has been reported that a deal to evict the highly unpopular Glazers could be completed by spring.

Avram and Joel Glazer (R) watch the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on April 24, 2010.

According to reports, Manchester United could be under new ownership as early as spring.

The club’s unpopular Glazer family is looking into “strategic alternatives” and has set a price tag of around £6 bιllιon. With United’s unrivaled global marketability, there has already been significant interest from all over the world.

And, if they do decide to sell up for good, the Glazers’ exit could be secured early next year, ahead of the 2023/24 season, according to BBC Sport. In contrast to Chelsea’s complicated situation with Roman Abramovich earlier this year, there is no timetable for the process.

But if the right price is offered, it could be just as quick for United to change hands – which would be very well received by fans.

Since the Glazers took over the club in 2005, there have been numerous protests. They secured a £790 million debt-financed deal.

Where would United finish under new ownership?

On November 23, 2022, a general view of Old Trafford Stadium, the home of Manchester United Football Club.

United are now estimated to be £500 million in debt, having spent more than £1 bιllιon on interest and loan payments, as well as dividend payments – the majority of which have gone to the Americans.

There has also been a significant decline on the field since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013, resulting in widespread dissatisfaction.

The current availability is said to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to рurchase one of the world’s most well-known sports clubs. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain’s richest man, is reportedly preparing a bid amid a slew of interested parties.

Marcus Rashford ‘tҺreat to anyone’ according to Maguire despite ‘ups and downs’

Marcus Rashford, according to Harry Maguire, has demonstrated unequivocally that he is capable of performing on the most important stage of all.

After suffering a string of injuries and falling out of form, Rashford was sidelined for England’s international matches for a period of sixteen months. However, the star player for England and Manchester United has made a remarkable comeback, scoring three goals at the World Cup in Qatar 2022 and contributing to the advancement of Gareth Southgate’s team into the knockout stages.

Rashford scored twice as England cruised to a 3-0 victory over Wales to clinch first place in Group B and set up a matchup with Senegal for the round of 16 on Sunday. Now that the Three Lions have a chance to advance further in the tournament, there is a possibility that he will go on to win the Golden Boot.

And Maguire believes that his teammate, both for club and country, is deserving of having his name put up in lights alongside the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Kylian Mbappe.

The words of Maguire were, “I am really pleased for Marcus. Over the course of the past year or so, he has had a sporadic presence in both the England team and the set up. In the course of a lengthy career, you will inevitably experience both highs and lows; the important thing is how you respond when you find yourself out of shape.


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