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“Wouldn’t surprise me” – Sky Journalist now has some potentially really bad news for Man Utd fans

The ongoing saga of the Manchester United takeover has left fans at Old Trafford grappling with a challenging situation, as journalist Dean Jones provides GIVEMESPORT with a fresh update on the situation.

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Despite the Glazer family’s decision to put the Red Devils up for sale last November and the appointment of Raine Group as exclusive financial advisers, the Americans continue to steer the ship while Erik ten Hag’s team strives for success on the field.

Recent reports from The Mail on Sunday indicate that the Glazers are considering withdrawing Manchester United from the market due to their inability to entice potential buyers with offers that come close to their lofty price expectations. They are reportedly optimistic about future increases in TV rights revenue, the expansion of FIFA’s Club World Cup, and the 2026 World Cup, all of which could potentially fetch a higher selling price down the line.

This development follows news from The Sun, which suggested that Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani was poised to complete a £6 billion takeover by mid-October through the Nine Two Foundation. However, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has cautioned that Sheikh Jassim has not yet received confirmation as the preferred bidder, indicating that the process is still ongoing.

Meanwhile, Ineos billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe has expressed his willingness to acquire a majority stake that would allow Joel and Avram Glazer to retain their involvement. However, it appears that the current leadership is inclined to sell the club outright to avoid backlash from the fans.

Dean Jones offers insight into the Glazers’ stance on the situation, suggesting that they may be unwilling to part with Manchester United for anything less than their valuation. He acknowledges that this decision is rooted in business considerations rather than emotional ties to the club, indicating that the Glazers might still be in charge at Old Trafford by the end of the current season.

For Manchester United supporters, this development is undoubtedly challenging to accept, as they yearn for an emotional connection with the club’s ownership and a shared understanding of their passion for the football team.

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