Glazers are still “not interested” in selling Man Utd with additional protests planned
Posted On May 5, 2021
The Glazers are not interested in selling Manchester United, although supporters continue to call on their heads to roll after the scandal with the Super League.
Supporters recently stormed Old Trafford to express their disappointment with the Glazers, who date back to 2005, forcing the postponement of the Premier League match against Liverpool as a result of their actions.
According to The Times, the fans involved are already planning further protests, with the expected game of Liverpool expected to be a goal along with the upcoming home game against Leicester City, but The Guardian does not expect the protests to work.
According to the report, the Glazers intend to stay at Old Trafford as they plan to increase the club’s value from £ 3 billion to £ 7 billion in the coming years.
It is believed that the American owners are not afraid of the protests and remain committed to the club, insisting that they are the right people to help the club’s business side grow in the coming years.
Can you believe? They only think about money? Shock.
However, the Times adds that the Glazers will be forced to think of any offers of around £ 4 billion.
With the current shares in the club worth about 2.1 billion British pounds, any potential buyer will have to offer more than that to ensure a profit for the “Glazers”, and American owners can also meet fees from banks and creditors who would asked a buyer, which would bring the price to nearly 4 billion pounds.
If no one can come up with such money, the Glazers will continue their mission to develop the United brand.
Since the owners are not going anywhere, United will focus on preparing for the upcoming protests. They are already facing an FA investigation into their failure to adequately prepare for the first time, and the club’s staff will be adamant that this will not happen again.
United were outraged by allegations that they had allowed protesters to take to the field instead of condemning supporters who chose to make their way through locked doors to escalate the situation.