Man Utd Women’s coach Marc Skinner doesn’t think that delays to the potential takeover won’t affect his team
Even though there have been multiple bids from Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Al Thani for a potential takeover of Man Utd, the Glazer family are insisting on their evaluation of Manchester United to be around £6bn.
This has resulted in the potential takeover being delayed a bit but Man Utd Women’s coach Marc Skinner, doesn’t worry too much about it all.
Skinner: it’s business as usual at United
“The brilliance of the board here is they allow us to do our jobs,” Skinner said on Wednesday.
“We’ve planned ahead as well, so there are no barriers to us doing that. They’ve supported everything we’ve tried to do so far and there has been no communication of that.”
Skinner admits that the message from up top in the club is that its “business as usual”.
Man Utd have been on top of the WSL this season. Skinner recognized the fans’ contribution to that happening and praised them for their support.
“The beauty of this team is if it makes sense and fits within the growth of what we’re trying to achieve here, then everything is taken seriously,” he said.
“Whenever we put forward opportunities to improve the squad or the facilities – we’re just building a brand-new training facility. We’re progressing and continuing to work as normal.”