If Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani’s bid for ownership of Manchester United is accepted before that of rival bidder Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the club’s owners, the Glazers, could transfer ownership of the organization to the Qatari banker. Sheikh Jassim, who is rumored to be considering a transfer raid to PSG if he ends up at Old Trafford this summer, will be delighted to hear about the alleged talks between the Red Devils and Neymar.
If United were to accept the Qatari’s offer, which was reportedly raised to about £5 billion last week, it would gain enormous wealth and great influence in the transfer market. If Sheikh Jassim’s takeover offer succeeds, ambitious moves for Kylian Mbappe and Eduardo Camavinga have also been mentioned.
The Glazers may succeed in luring Neymar to Old Trafford as transfer negotiations are reportedly taking on behind the scenes, according to French outlet L’Equipe. Giving Sheikh Jassim the club after successful negotiations would be a wonderful gift and a powerful message to United’s Premier League competitors.
The high-spending Qatari strategy include buying out the entire club, clearing out their debt, and setting aside enormous sums for remodeling Old Trafford and the training facility.
Additionally, a number of audacious transfer goals are anticipated. The Glazers may receive assistance from United player Casemiro, who is rumored to be in communication with his international teammate regarding a move to Old Trafford. Names don’t come much bigger than Neymar, and the Glazers may receive assistance from the Glazers.
Sheikh Jassim reportedly wants to team Neymar with winger Marcus Rashford, and the summer transfer plans of Manchester United include a top priority for finding a star striker to complete the front-three.
While he still has two years left on his PSG deal, the Ligue 1 giants are reportedly ready to arrange some sort of loan arrangement, as Neymar is eager to take on a new challenge. The Brazilian presently earns an astounding £490,000 per week in the French capital.
Thus, United manager Erik Ten Hag may start the following campaign with a front line that is ready to compete with Manchester City and Arsenal. This season, Rashford has scored 29 goals across all competitions, but the Red Devils’ central striker lineup has generally fallen flat.
Harry Kane, the captain of Tottenham, is reportedly United’s top target, but getting Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to work with a Premier League opponent will undoubtedly be a challenge.
Alternative targets reportedly include Atalanta teenager Rasmus Hojlund, who is valued at £40 million, Napoli hitman Victor Osimhen, Eintracht Frankfurt star Randal Kolo Muani, and Napoli assassin Victor Osimhen.