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Potential takeover of Manchester United

Dubai is interested in buying Manchester United, while Kuwait and Bahrain, two other oil-rich countries, may well emerge as potential buyers of Manchester United.  


The Investment Corporation of Dubai is in the running to buy Manchester United. According to Mike Keegan, sovereign states are also likely to be interested in Manchester United, with Dubai viewed as a serious contender. 


The banks also anticipated approaches from the Middle East for the Manchester United football club, specifically from Dubai, as well as the British billionaire Jim Ratchliffe, the chief executive of Ineos. 


According to Mike Keegan, Manchester United have been presented with two concepts for redevelopments, as per remaining at Old Trafford (just over one billion pounds) or building a new state of the art stadium (almost two billion pounds). The process is on hold until the Glazers sell the club. 


Erik Ten Hag wants to sign a top striker and another leading midfielder in the summer, but the change of ownership at the club will make little difference to the summer transfer bank if revenues are not significantly boosted by the return of Champions league football. 


According to James Ducker, Erik Ten Hag may have to choose between signing a pedigree striker or midfielder at Manchester United in the summer, given the impact of UEFAs new financial sustainability rules and the 307£ the club still owes in transfer fee installment. 


According to James Ducker, a second successive season outside of the Champions League would also lead to a thirty percent cut — the equivalent of 22.5 million pounds in the club’s seventy five million year deal with Adidas, although any such hit would be spread over the remaining two years of the deal. 


According to James Ducker, a change of ownership will make little difference to Manchester United's summer transfer budget, if revenues are not significantly boosted by the return of Champions League football and player sale. 


According to Laurie Whitwell, John Murtough was talking to the club last summer about a young player, knowing that the quoted price was fifteen million pounds. For Manchester United , he was told, the price would be twenty eight million pounds. 


Botafogo have made an offer to Manchester United to sign Facundo Pellistri on loan, which will include an option to buy him for a fixed fee. They also want United to pay part of his salary during the loan. 


According to James Ducker, Erik Ten Hag wants to sign a top striker, with the likes of Harry Kane, Benjamin Sesko, and Victor Osimhen on the club’s razor, and another leading midfielder, such as Frankie De Jong or Jude Bellingham. 




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