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Manchester United’s unpopular boss Glazers ‘wants £ 4bn to sell club’

Under-fire Man United’s boss Glazers wants the £ 4 billion club to be sold … and he felt his demands would have been met had the European Super League not collapsed ‘.

  • The Glazer family reportedly set a price of £ 4bn to sell to Man United
  • United fans angry with owners after unsuccessful European Super League
  • The Red Devils were one of 12 clubs to join the £ 3.5billion breakaway league
  • Glazers believe that the price would have been met if they went through ESL
  • United supporters call for glazers to be sold during protests on Saturday

The Glazers will not sell Manchester United for less than £ 4billion, with unpopular owners believing that the big price would have been reached had the European Super League not collapsed, Mirror Report.

United’s US billionaire owners have long been revamped by supporters since purchasing the club in 2005 for £ 790m.

However, United’s decision to join the disastrous Golmaal League – of which Joel Glazer has been considered a driving force – has seen a complete halt in relations between fans and owners, gathering with supporters outside Old Trafford on Saturday for the family. Sell ​​out of demand

And Mirror There are reports that a £ 4bn offer will prompt Joel and brother Avram to finally give up control of the club.

Man United boss Glazers reportedly wants £ 4 billion freed from club control

United fans want to sell unpopular American billionaires after an event week

United fans want to sell to unpopular American billionaires after an event week

More pertinently, the owners are said to have believed that Mammuth’s valuation would be complete had the Super League not been so spectacularly different.

United, along with American owners Liverpool and Arsenal and Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, are understood to have been the architects of the failed plot, with JPMorgan providing £ 3.5 billion towards the competition.

ESL triggered a strong negative reaction with fans, pundits and even UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was angry over the competition, whose brand was removed from the ‘closed shop’.

United join 12 clubs to sign up for the disastrous European Super League on Sunday

United join 12 clubs to sign up for the disastrous European Super League on Sunday

However, the Red Devils were swiftly out of the competition amid widespread backlash.

However, the Red Devils were swiftly out of the competition amid widespread backlash.

And more than 48 hours after the announcement of the project, all six of England’s participating clubs – United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City, Spurs and Chelsea – were eliminated from the league.

The Super League, coupled with United’s unique heritage and commercial pride, left the Glazers with the belief that the £ 4bn price tag was justified.

If the Super League had been formed, the value of the 12 participating clubs would have increased dramatically, resulting in a healthy return for the Glazers who were despised by a large section of United supporters.

It is said that if it were United in ESL, it would have met the price tag of £ 4bn.

It is said that if ESL had combined then it would have got a £ 4bn price tag, it is believed.

Joel Glazer apologized for the club’s attachment to the project, penning an open letter to supporters, promising to rekindle the owners’ relationship with fans.

On the club’s official website, he wrote, “In an attempt to build a more stable foundation for the game, we failed to show enough respect for its deep-rooted traditions — counter-allegation, accusation — counteraction.”

‘It is the largest football club in the world and we apologize unreservedly for the unrest that has arisen over the last few days.

‘It is right for us.

Joel Glazer's apology did little to ease the anger among fans who want to sell to owners

Joel Glazer’s apology did little to ease anger among fans who want to sell to owners

The straw that appears in the Super League plot broke the camel's waist among the supporters

The straw that appears in the Super League plot broke the camel’s waist among the supporters

However, fans were taken aback by Glazer’s groaning apology, and gathered outside Old Trafford on Saturday to express fury with the club’s ownership.

Supporters were provided with a small victory when chief executive Ed Woodward announced that he would leave the club at the end of 2021, but fans are still desperate for the Glazers to move on.

United, along with 11 other rebel clubs, are expected to face sanctions for their role in the Brexit League, although UEFA President Alexander Seferin told Sportsmail that English clubs would receive less punishment since they were out for the first time.

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