Nettavisen was able to announce on Wednesday through reports from The Telegraph that the British Sir Jim Ratcliff is interested in buying the British major club Manchester United. On Thursday morning, the renowned journalist Samuel Luckhurst reports in the Manchester Evening News that Amancio Ortega, the founder of the clothing chain, also Zara has plunged into the battle to become the new owner of the English powerhouse in the Premier League.
There has thus been no lack of interest in buying Manchester United after the Glazer family announced that the club had been put up for sale.
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Apple also interested
The company Apple, which is one of the world’s largest companies, is also interested in buying United, according to the Manchester Evening News. Apple is a technology company that has produced some of the world’s most popular electronic devices, such as the iPhone and the Mac.
The company’s director is Tim Cook, he has not commented on a potential acquisition of the club.
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No bids yet
There is excitement about who wants to buy Manchester United, now it looks like there are many interested parties. The Glazers have announced that they value the club at between six and eight billion pounds. No one has submitted a bid for the club yet.
Another major English club, namely Liverpool FC, has also been put up for sale by the American owners FSG. Despite the fact that Manchester United has been put up for sale at a higher price than its neighbors on Merseyside, it seems that the interest in buying Man Utd is greater than buying Liverpool among the world’s richest men.
Manchester United is one of the world’s most successful football clubs, but in recent years has struggled to replicate its previous achievements.