the Qatari investment group will not pay the Glazers’ price tag of £5bn for Manchester United
a source close to the Qatari party has revealed that “they will not dance to the Glazers’ tune if they decide to bid”.
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With February 17 deadline for takeover bids for Manchester United on the way, no final decision has been made by the Qatari investment group that vows to change Manchester United.
The Qataris have promised the redevelopment of the Old Trafford Stadium and United’s training ground Carrington which would require a vast sum of money that Glazers are just unwilling to pay.
The American owners of Manchester United have set a price tag of £5bn for the club. However, it is unlikely that the Qataris or any party would be willing to pay that amount of money.
One insider says “they will not dance to the Glazers tune if they decide to bid”.
If a bid were to be made, it would be under the blessing of the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, who already owns PSG.
As it stands, Gatari and Saudi parties will be the only ones that don’t need to borrow money in order to finance a bid for Manchester United takeover.