The American owners have finally decided to let go of United but only at the right price
It’s stated that United’s involvement in the super league without prior consultations of the fans opinions can only be interpreted as absolute betrayal.
This has led to several protests as in one of those was Ole Solskjaer seen addressing the protest groups who did no harm nor damage.
Manchester United is currently owned by two Americans, Joel and Avram Glazer and that’s how The Glazers tag came about.
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Having acquired the club 16-years ago, the owners always showed no interest to sell the club when offers came but instead chose to go for sponsorship offers which have in turn earned them millions while United’s huge debts remain high.
The move into the European Super League was indeed a plan to knock off all the debts as the league was mainly channeled at generating more funds more the involved clubs.
The Florida based family came in control of the Red Devils after splashing out a staggering £790m in 2005.
But due to excessive demands and their unwillingness to just let go of such a pivotal source of their income, Glazers demand for a choking £4B according to Mirror.
Unless a buyer comes up with the demanded amount, Man United fans won’t consider it a victory against betrayal in their club despite seeing Ed Woodward resigning lately.
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