Glazer family set £3.75bn price tag for Manchester United

The Glazer family have reportedly put a price tag of around £3.75 billion on Manchester United.

It would allegedly take a bid worth £3.75 billion to prise Manchester United away from the Glazers, according to the Daily Mail.

Although Jim Ratcliffe has made his interest known – through a spokesperson – it remains to be seen whether other figures or hedge funds will be keen to compete with Britain’s richest man.

Mike Keegan reports: “It may well, however, be within the range of a sovereign wealth fund such as Dubai, which is yet to follow Abu Dhabi (Manchester City) and Saudi Arabia (Newcastle United) in adding a top-flight club to its portfolio. The Emirate is rumoured to be a contender.”

Anti-Glazer protests

There has been an anti-Glazer protest before each of our home games this season. It must continue to make our message clear to the world.

The 1958 deserve a lot of respect for organising these protests and persisting with their objective to get rid of the Glazers.

None of us have to money to do that – but we must keep the fight alive now, with the Glazer family under increasing pressure to sell.

Things are getting better on the pitch because of Erik ten Hag and the players. And we already know they won’t get the support they need from the owners.

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