“Ready for the highest level bid” Man United to be sold to Qatar Oil Capital

 Investors from Qatar in the Middle East are ready to bid for Manchester United. 

The British ‘Daily Mail’ quoted sources on the 8th (Korean time) and said that Qatari investors are expected to bid for Manchester United in the next few days and have the confidence to win against any rival. They also added that they are ready to give full financial support to Manchester United manager Erik Ten Haag to lead Manchester United back to the top. 

Manchester United issued a statement in November last year that they were considering a sale. The Glazer family, the owners of Manchester United, have set the acquisition price for Manchester United at more than 6 billion pounds (approximately 9.758 trillion won). The bid deadline is said to be mid-February. 

According to sources, rich Qatari individuals encouraged by the hosting of the World Cup in Qatar are showing interest in buying Man United. A takeover of Manchester United is expected to cost a staggering amount in that it could cost over £2 billion to redevelop Old Trafford or build new state-of-the-art facilities. However, it is not expected to be a problem for Qatari rich people who put oil money at the forefront.

According to the article, Qatari investors want a full takeover of Manchester United. It is not interested in a partial takeover. They want to make use of the experience gained from hosting the World Cup and are prepared to provide financial support to Ten Hag to prepare them to compete with the best clubs in the world.  스포츠토토

“They have a lot of money available,” the source said of the Qatari investors. “They are serious. They want to make sure United are where they need to be and are confident that their bid will be the strongest.” 

If Manchester United goes to Qatar, the Manchester derby against Manchester City (Man City), which is owned by Sheikh Mansour of the United Arab Emirates, is expected to attract more attention. In addition, it is expected that the focus will be on the confrontation with Newcastle United of the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), which is the actual owner of Saudi Arabia’s next king, Crown Prince bin Salman. 

In the meantime, it has been reported that Jim Ratcliffe, CEO of Ineos, who is Britain’s richest man, is ahead of the acquisition of Manchester United. In the end, the possibility of a two-way battle between Qatari investors and Ratflick is high. 

Meanwhile, one potential bidder is Qatar Sports Investments (QSI). QSI owns a stake in Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). However, QSI’s bid for Manchester United will not be easy as one organization cannot own two clubs in the same competition. In the end, it seems that individual investors will respond to Manchester United’s bid.

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