BREAKING: ‘Protest LIVE’ – Sheikh Jassim’s ‘phone call’ with Glazers as protests overshadow Chelsea win
In November, The Glazers placed Manchester United up for sale, pitting INEOS CEO Sir Jim Ratcliffe against Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani for control of the team.
Little has changed in the ongoing takeover controversy surrounding Manchester United.
In November, the Glazers listed the club for sale, and since then, various offers have been made. Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, a financier from Qatar, is trying to execute a buyout, although INEOS CEO Sir Jim Ratcliffe is in the lead.
Erik ten Hag is getting ready for the summer transfer window and Champions League play next season while all of this is going on. The Red Devils crushed Chelsea 4-1 at Old Trafford on Thursday night to secure their place in UEFA’s top club competition.
Mason Mount of England and Neymar of Paris Saint-Germain are two players who are reported to be among Ten Hag’s top targets.
Sheikh Jassim calls the Glazers Manchester United takeover bidder Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani has had ‘direct’ contact with the Glazer family as he seeks to assert 100% control at Old Trafford, CBS correspondent Ben Jacobs has told GIVEMESPORT.
Last week, Sheikh Jassim made a fourth offer at just under £5 billion, falling short of the Glazers’ £6 billion estimate. Jacobs is aware of that. He reportedly spoke on the phone with the Glazer family as he remained committed to completing a lucrative buyout of Olf Trafford.
Keep in mind that the Glazer family has promised to make a choice public by the end of May.