Qatari billionaire, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, has made final take it or leave it offer in tune of £6b, in a bid to buy Mancheter United from he Glazzers,
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Mail Sport UK reported that Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, in an attempt to see off competition from rival Sir Jim Ratcliffe, submitted an 11th hour improved bid, in hopes to conclude a deal for total ownership of the 20times Premier League champions, Manchester United
The attraction of the Qatari bid is that it is for complete control of Manchester United and the fee will be paid immediately, instantly wiping out the club’s debt.
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There is also a promise from Sheikh Jassim that there will be meaningful investment in the playing squad and in either improving or rebuilding Old Trafford.
The bidding process might not be over yet as Ratcliffe, a boyhood Manchester United fan, could return with a new offer to react to the latest Qatari move.
The Mail’s report states that the British businessman could propose a deal that sees him take a 50 percent share, leading to a gradual takeover that values the club at close to £6bn.