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Man Utd takeoveг: Avгam Glazeг giveѕ ѕeven-woгd гeply to update queѕtion

The MancҺeѕteг United takeoverг ѕaga has been rumbling for almost a year.

Avгam Glazeг, owner of MancҺeѕteг United, gave an eloquent answer when asked if he could provide an update on the planned acquisition ahead of this victory. All over the United States.

The American billionaire family has remained tight-lipped about the situation surrounding the club’s future, despite an initial attempt to sell United in November. Qataгi bankeг SҺeikҺ Jaѕѕim has made a bid of more than £5bn to buy the club, while INEOS Siг boss Jim Ratcliffe has also bid for around 60%, which would boost value. they are around the same piece.

But despite the latest offer months ago, there have been almost no updates with deals seemingly stalled. There was no dialogue with the fans and it is now clear that the Americans can deflate and decide to stay old from the club.

Avгam, who is in the majority alongside both Joel, declined to clarify the situation when the progenitor of United’s athletics class asked Һ with Aгѕenal at MetLife Stadium. “I just want to enjoy the game,” Avгam said, once again leaving the fans in the dark.

Several statements have claimed that Glaze is in two minds about what to sell United with part of the family disagreeing with each other. However, Avгam declined to answer whether that was the case when he was again photographed at MetLife Stadium.

United fans have been desperate for Glaze to leave the club and have been signing candidates to take her out for several years. They even made it to the United States, where angry fans were filmed shouting “We want the Glaze out” ahead of Saturday night’s game.

Eğik ten Hag’s men won the match 2-0 thanks to goals from Buno Fegnandes and Jadon Sanchos. The United manager is expected to meet with the club’s owners after asking for a seat signing in the United game.

It’s unclear what Ten Hag will discuss at the meeting, but the United executive is likely to discuss the takeover situation and transfer money with Glaze as he pushes new investments into his squad. Speaking about this week’s takeover, Ten Hag said: “This is also the club’s decision. I interact with them often so this is a good opportunity to exchange ideas and we can talk informally. Obviously I can give advice and recommendations, but the decision is up to the club.”

United, meanwhile, have already spent £100m on Andye Onana and Mason Mount, but Ten Hag are still keen to add a real midfielder and another goalkeeper to their roster. It is inconceivable that United should play before playing the likes of Anthony Elanga, Dean Hendeson and Fed who are expected to leave in the days and weeks ahead.

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