All parties involved in a potential sale of Manchester United are getting “nervous” with “things happening”, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
Over nine months ago the club Glazers announced a full sale was being considered as part of an overall strategic review of the Old Trafford club.
Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim and INEOS owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe both made their interest in the club known and have both put in bids for control of Man Utd.
However, the process is rumbling on with little indication of whether the Glazers will accept bids from either Sheikh Jassim or Ratcliffe, although there have been rumours that they prefer the former’s offer.
There was even a report in the Daily Mail earlier this month which claimed that the Man Utd owners are taking the Premier League club off the market and will attempt to sell again in 2025.
But there have been mixed reports…