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Qatari plans if they are successful in takeover


The Qatari investors want things done quickly so they can inject funds to help Erik Ten Hag. 


Apparently, there is a mysterious Arab investment group also currently leading the race to buy the club, with Dubai rumored to be a possible bid. 


Suggestions of Dubai’s interest in Manchester United have been dismissed by insiders, who point out the nation has been propped up by funds from Abu Dhabi. 


Qatari investors are already making plans for what should happen if they are successful. The aim is to make a substantial investment which would allow Erik Ten Hag, under whom Manchester United are resurgent, to further strengthen his squad. 


Qatari investors want to arm Manager Erik Ten Hag with a vast war chest in order to take United back to the top of world football, which is where they feel the club belongs. 


The group of Qatari investors who are to launch a bid for Manchester United are confident that there will be no issues presented by the nation’s ownership of Paris Saint Germain.


Takeovers offer for Manchester United are expected to be tabled within the next ten days, with the Glazer family still open to a potential deal that could be completed by April. 


United States’ bidders, including some of those who inquired about Chelsea, and a mystery Arabic investment group are seen as leading the running for buying the team.  


Inside Qatar’s offer for Manchester United, “they want to strengthen the squad to put them back at the top, but they also want this to be for the good of the community.” 


Potential investors say an offer beyond five billion pounds would be entertained. Some investors to express early interest were said to have pushed back on that price. However, there are beliefs in the market that a five-billion-pound-plus price tag is achievable. 


Manchester United have the second highest negative transfer spend in 670 million (595 million) lost this season.


Manchester United football club and Arsenal contacted Jorge Mendes to enquire about Ansu Fati, but no offer has been made. His competitors do not rule out an exit if his situation in the team doesn’t improve, although the player's desire is to succeed at Barcelona. 



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