In an effort to maintain order on the field, head coach Erik ten Hag listed the Red Devils for sale in November.
Man Utd news: Conquest
According to The Times, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the chairman of INEOS, has formally declared that he will start the process of trying to acquire Manchester United. He has also expressed interest in doing so.
Commentator Gary Neville of Sky Sports has supported the takeover, citing the Glazers’ exit from the Old Trafford team as the key factor.
“The main thing is that the Glazers leave as quickly as possible and the second thing is that, whoever takes it over, if they could hand it over to people who are in good hands and have a feeling for the club, that would be great,” the former Red Devils full-back said to Sky Sports (via the Daily Mirror).
GiveMeSport was recently informed by CBS reporter Ben Jacobs that sources at Manchester United anticipate “significant progress” in the club’s sale by May of this year.
Furthermore, Romano informed GMS that it’s critical to remember that companies other than INEOS and Ratcliffe are also interested in acquiring a share in the Premier League team.
Regarding Man Utd, what has Romano said?
“It’s important to say that other groups are interested and the situation is open,” Romano stated to GiveMeSport. They are speaking with a lot of groups, so it might take some time.
As the January transfer window approaches its conclusion, ten Hag’s primary priority will be acquiring any players he believes the team needs.
Following Wednesday’s 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace, United is now eight points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal, indicating that the FA Cup, Carabao Cup, or Europa League represent the team’s greatest chances of winning a major trophy this season.
The two-time European Cup winners, however, will be eager for the club’s sale to proceed smoothly because they want to leave the Glazer era behind as soon as possible.
The Red Devils supporters may therefore believe that a new and exciting chapter in the history of their team is beginning if ten Hag can lead United to victory in the second half of the season and add another trophy to the club’s remarkable prize collection.