Football – Manchester United To Be Bought By Saudi Arabian Prince?
According to reports, Manchester United could before long be in the hands of new owners. The English club is presently owned by the Glazer family, who have so far demonstrated no goal of exchanging their proprietorship.
Be that as it may, reports suggest that the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad receptacle Salman, is occupied with propelling a mouth-watering offer that would see him assume control over the club. Right now, Manchester United is evaluated at £3 billion, yet that ought to be no issue for the Saudi Prince whose family has a worth of an astounding £850 billion.
@ManUtd New Ownership (Salman Family of Saudi Arabia), possibly new sponsor (Saudia Arabian Airlines), Clear out our debt, new Manager and £1Billion of transfers for the 1st 2 seasons or 3 (£500Million spreading of 2 windows a season or 2)! Thank you pic.twitter.com/66Hdv1bKbb
— Jay Ev (Mr Burgundy) (@Ev_Jay) October 15, 2018
Also, this news has come at a time when Qatar and Abu Dhabi have made monster strides with regards to infusing cash into European football. Saudi Arabia gives off an impression of being towing indistinguishable line from their previously mentioned neighbors.
The oil-rich state has just put resources into the WWE and Formula 1, and a takeover of Manchester United would be an entire fit, at any rate per Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s thinking.
On the off chance that it is fruitful, the 13-time Premier League champions would like to turn another leaf, particularly with the club falling behind opponents Manchester City with regards to ongoing ventures.
“Saudi Arabia’s ruling Salmans – who are said to be worth £850bn – are reportedly interested in buying the football giants Manchester United from existing American owners the Glazers. According to reports from the Middle East the price would be around £4bn.” – [Daily Star] pic.twitter.com/RbVYyvCar9
— Devils of United (@DevilsOfUnited) October 14, 2018
Prior this season, they had all the earmarks of being a standoff between manager Jose Mourinho and the club’s chain of command over the latter’s refusal to discharge assets for player exchanges.
In the mean time, numerous Red Devil fans stay divided on the reports. While some need to see the back of the ‘tight fisted’ Glazers, others are not very beyond any doubt if pitching the club to Saudi proprietors is the correct approach.
I’m all for the saudis taking over @ManUtd – the glazers just want to make profit and don’t care about dynasties. You might not agree with the moral and cultural aspect of Saudi Arabia but don’t worry they won’t rename the theater of dreams to the theatre of sharia. #MUFC
— Hamza (@iamhza) October 14, 2018
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