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“I’m really sorry Man Utd fans” – Fabrizio Romano has just shared update from Old Trafford on ManUtd Takeover

Man United's Fabrizio Romano provides an update on the club's takeover at Old Trafford.


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Despite reports from Qatar, Manchester United has made no progress on a potential takeover, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, who spoke exclusively to GIVEMESPORT.

The Glazers put the Red Devils up for sale in November and have received various bids as they consider their future in Manchester.

Manchester United takeover rumors –

Earlier this week, rumors in Qatar (via The Express) claimed that Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani had won the bidding process to buy out INEOS chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe and acquire full control of Manchester United.

Al Watan reported that an announcement about the takeover would be made soon, and editorial director Fahed Al Emadi later confirmed the news.

He then corrected his remarks, stating, “Al Watan’s media report yesterday speculating about possible movement in the Manchester United takeover process was based on international media reports.”

CBS reporter Ben Jacobs recently told GIVEMESPORT that Jassim’s current bid sounds “very appealing” as he seeks to buy the club.

Meanwhile, Ratcliffe’s bid for Manchester United apparently includes six members of the Glazer family, which might tip the scales in the Englishman’s favor.

What has Romano said about Manchester United?

When asked about the latest takeover issue at Manchester United on Tuesday afternoon, Romano told GIVEMESPORT: “It’s still the same.” I’m sorry, Manchester United fans, but we have no control over it. The reality is that nothing has changed for the time being. The Glazers are still in charge.”

Is Manchester United’s takeover scenario a cause for concern?
No one will be more concerned about the lack of progress on a takeover than Manchester United head coach Erik Ten Hag, who will have hoped for backing in the summer transfer window ahead of a title challenge next season.

This season, the Dutchman won the Red Devils’ first trophy since 2017, defeating Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup Final in February, but he was a beaten finalist in the FA Cup, falling 2-1 to local rivals Manchester City.

Having clinched a position in the best League’s top four, ten Hag’s side will welcome Champions League football back to Old Trafford after an absence this season, and will try to make their imprint in Europe’s best club competition next season.

But, with the team in limbo over a takeover, funding during the summer transfer window looks iffy at best, as Red Devils fans wait for the Glazers to sell the club soon.

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