MUNICH/MANCHESTER – England’s record champions Manchester United appear to be up for sale. On Tuesday evening, the council announced the start of “the process of exploring strategic alternatives for the association.” There, a sale was mentioned as a possibility in the letter.
ManUnited has been owned by the American Glazer family since 2005, and fans have recently rallied violently against the unpopular owners. “The fish is coming from the head,” said the club’s Supporters’ Support Fund.
Want to “Serve Our Fans”
And the Red Devils website quoted Avram and Joel Glazer as saying on the Red Devils website: “Manchester United’s strength comes from the passion and loyalty of our global community of 1.1 billion fans.” “All options will be reviewed to ensure we are providing the best service to our fans and that Manchester United maximizes the significant growth opportunities available to the club now and in the future.”
Recently, Liverpool FC CEO Tom Werner said that Fenway Sports Group, as the owner of the club, is considering selling the Reds. Werner told the Boston Globe, “We’re considering selling. But there’s no rush, and we don’t have a time frame.”
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