A full-fledged takeover of Manchester United begins.
On the 5th (Korean time), the Daily Mail, a British daily newspaper, reported that ‘Man United’s bid will be held next week’. In November of last year, Manchester United made a statement through the club’s official channel that it was ‘considering the sale of the club’. ‘The board considers all strategic alternatives, including new investments in the club, sales or other transactions related to the company,’ the statement said.
The Glazer family is accelerating the sale of Manchester United. The Glazer family, who became the majority shareholder of Manchester United in 2005 for £790 million, have been criticized by fans for their stingy investment. The Glazers, in particular, were heavily in debt at the time of the takeover. Unlike other club owners who invested their assets, they had a large debt. Manchester United fans harbored great antipathy to the Glazer family and staged protests to resign. 온라인바카라
However, the Glazers do not intend to hand over Manchester United easily. They want money close to £6 billion to £9 billion. It is literally an enormous amount, close to 9 trillion to 13 trillion won in our money. The Glazer family is said to have had a meeting with investors in Qatar during the Qatar World Cup and had confidence.
However, given the recent economic climate, it is not expected that the Glazer family will go their way. Kieran Maguire, football finance expert at the University of Liverpool, said: “There is an unconsidered premium associated with Manchester United. Jim Radcliffe is currently leading the takeover bid for Manchester United. In addition, it is reported that there are potential buyers in the United States and the Middle East.