Manchester United Owners Already Set Sales Price Of The Club After Brentford Defeat

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Manchester United owners have set a sale price for the club after a bad and lackluster performance against Brentford.

The Red Devils were comprehensively outplayed, outfought, and outmaneuvered by Thomas Frank’s energetic and enterprising side. Brentford scored four goals in the first half after individual mistakes from the players.

A lot of pressure has been mounting on the owners as Manchester United fans displayed a banner showing “Glazers, it is time to go.” They also want to empty Old Trafford against Liverpool.

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Joel Glazer, a member of the Glazers family, owner of Manchester United.

In addition, they have targeted every business of the glazers and have shown concern about how the club is being run awkwardly. The Glazers have failed to spend wisely on the club.

The money used to sign players is internally generated by the club itself. The owners have indicated that they can only walk away from the club if they receive a befitting bid of £4 billion.

However, there is no indication that the Glazers will be forced to sell the club, but Michael Knighton recently expressed an interest in ousting the controversial owners. Michael believes that, with the backing of a consortium, they are ready to buy the club.

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Glazers famil

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has also been linked with buying Manchester United from the Glazers, but he has not shown any interest publicly in getting the team. Ratcliffe is a Manchester United fan who has the resources to purchase the club.

Jim had a bid ready for Chelsea, but it was not successful. He made his intention clear that he wants to invest on the London side. His company is well known for producing chemicals. Fans will surely welcome a man like that into the club.

The Glazers have been in charge of Manchester United for 17 years after acquiring the club in 2005.

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Manchester United fans protesting

They are greedy and take away from the club, according to the club’s supporters. Also, Joel Glazer has stopped the club from getting important signings and appointed people who have zero football knowledge.

Great managers have been appointed and they failed because of how the club is being run. The owners failed to back David Moyes, signing players who were not in the manager’s plan and going to the transfer market to sign cheap players.

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Jose Mourinho and Louis Van Gaal called them out after they were sacked. As reported, Erik Ten Hag is the latest victim of Glazers’ alleged mismanagement. As reported, the board only has £150 million for the Dutch manager in his first season.

Jose Mourinho and Louis Van Gaal called out the Glazers and accused them of being the biggest problem. Hence, it is believed that Erik Ten Hag could fail due to their greed.

Ten Hag is not getting enough support from them. The team is so weak that they are not capable of winning the next match against Liverpool.

The club’s “commercial asset”, Cristiano Ronaldo, is also looking forward to leaving the club as things are expected to grow even worse for the once Premier League giants. Now, it is a matter of, how low can Manchester United go this season!

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