Glazer family could delay Manchester United sale until summer

Manchester United fans are not alone when it comes to losing patience with the Glazer family over potential sale of the club. We sense the feeling is mutual among bidders, manager, senior staff and players too. 

Matters will get worse on that front if ESPN are to be believed.

ESPN reporter Rob Dawson claims the Glazer family are considering delaying a decision about whether to sell the club until the end of the season.

It sounds like the American family has Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim exactly where they want them, while merchant bank Raine Group advise them on the best deal.

Dawson reports: “One of the reasons for the delay, according to one source, is that the Glazers are still trying to come to an agreement about their future with United, particularly because Joel and Avram Glazer are reluctant to five up their stake.”

The Glazers announced in November that they were looking into “strategic alternatives”, including a full sale – but that was seven months ago.

Everyone knows that delaying the process further will only hurt United in the long run – and we’re talking about Erik ten Hag and his squad.

The Dutchman deserves to be backed in the upcoming transfer window, but even he will fear the worst if the Glazers remain in control.

This only proves how greedy the Glazer family are… They have put us through enough.

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  1. Glazers have no heads b’se if u think well and willing to do something without being forced i don’t know why u delay.

  2. Glazers family are fucking Asshole,
    Move your bumb clat Ass from the front of
    My Manchester United club and the team

  3. These stupid glaziers are up destroying the club. They really don’t mean well for the club

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