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Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s plans for Man Utd as INEOS billionaire beats Sheikh Jassim to deal

Manchester United’s 2023/24 campaign has faced a turbulent start, marked by potential takeover discussions at Old Trafford. Notably, pundit Frank McAvennie expressed his disappointment regarding recent developments at the club.

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On the international stage, Manchester United’s Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund played pivotal roles for Denmark in their 3-1 EURO 2024 qualifying win over Kazakhstan.

Eriksen showcased his vintage skills by contributing to both goals, while Hojlund provided an assist for Robert Skov.

Meanwhile, Jonny Evans led Northern Ireland to a convincing 3-0 victory over San Marino, captaining the side until his 63rd-minute substitution at Windsor Park.

Goals from Paul Smyth, Josh Magennis, and Conor McMenamin secured the Green and White Army’s second Group H triumph.

A report from TEAMtalk suggests that Sunderland is eager to secure a deal to bring Amad Diallo back to the club after his successful loan spell at the Stadium of Light last season.

It’s rumored that Erik ten Hag is open to loaning out the Ivory Coast international in January.

There appears to be a sense of optimism in Wearside that a deal can be reached to acquire the Abidjan-born winger.

Furthermore, Manchester United’s Victor Lindelof has made headlines due to a contract update from the same publication.

The report suggests that Ten Hag is prepared to activate a 12-month extension clause in Lindelof’s current contract, potentially extending his stay at Manchester United until the summer of 2025.

In the realm of takeovers, the latest developments suggest that Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al Thani has withdrawn from the bidding process at Old Trafford, paving the way for Sir Jim Ratcliffe to potentially acquire a 25% stake in the club from the Glazers.

Pundit McAvennie expressed his frustration with the ongoing Manchester United news, characterizing the situation as an “embarrassment” and a “disgrace.”

Despite a mixed start to the 2023/24 season, Manchester United’s Scott McTominay’s late double against Brentford before the international break has brought them closer to the Premier League’s top four, leaving them within five points of the coveted positions.

Nonetheless, there remains a significant gap to bridge to compete with the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal, and the conclusion of the takeover saga is on the horizon.

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