According to reports, two of Manchester United’s major potential new owners are scheduled to meet with the club this week, giving the potential takeover a huge boost. After the Glazer family indicated that they might be open to a sale in November 2022,
The two candidates, Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, and Sir Jim Ratcliffe are regarded as the frontrunners to acquire Manchester United. According to rumors, Sheikh Jassim and Sir Jim Ratcliffe are now scheduled to hold crucial discussions with the club’s leadership as soon as this week.
This Thursday, the Qatari billionaire’s delegation is said to be scheduled for extensive discussions about their plans for the club. In the interim, Ratcliffe and his company are supposed to show up at Old Trafford the next day.
OGC Nice, owned by INEOS, is scheduled to play Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday in the UEFA Europa Conference League. Ratcliffe has expressed an interest in purchasing the club in the past. One of the most valuable football clubs in the world, Manchester United, is up for grabs, and the two parties are the only confirmed bidders.
The upcoming talks are seen as the second stage of the club’s sale process after the first round of talks. It has likewise been accounted for that the Red Fiends’ CFO, Bluff Baty, will be entrusted with supervising the introductions set to be made by the agents of both affirmed bidders.
A possible redesign of Old Trafford and enhancements to their Carrington training facilities are expected to be among the topics of discussion.
In the UEFA Europa League round of 16, Erik ten Hag’s team defeated Real Betis with a 4-1 victory. However, the Dutchman and his Red Devils will be without a few key players from their traveling team for the second leg.
Antony, a Brazilian attacker, is one of this list’s most notable names. Due to an injury on the day before the Red Devils’ trip to Spain, the £86 million signing did not make the team and was absent from their final training session.
Additionally, Alejandro Garnacho, an Argentine winger, was unable to play in the match against Southampton after suffering an injury in a duel with the Saints’ Kyle Walker-Peters. Although Anthony Martial was not included in the Manchester United squad to face Manuel Pellegrini’s team, he was spotted participating in their final group practice before the second leg.
Victor Lindelof and Marcel Sabitzer have rejoined the team, but long-term injuries keep Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek out for the time being.
In preparation for UEL’s matchup with Real Betis, Marcel Sabitzer has returned to training, but the Manchester United attacker is out