Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Worldhttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Manchester United receives an incredible $ 3.8 billion acquisition bid. "From Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Manchester United receives an incredible $ 3.8 billion acquisition bid. "From Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Manchester United "gets an incredible offer to acquire £ 3.8bn" By Saudi Prince Mohamed bin Salman hoping to tempt Glazer to sell the club before next season
Mohammed bin Salman increases his bid to swallow United
Saudi Prince hopes to be the new owner of the club next season
The Saudi royal family – worth 850 billion pounds – hopes to tempt Glazer to sell
Sam Mchevoy For Maydelline
9:51 EST, February 16, 2019
19:52 EST, February 16, 2019
Manchester United has received an amazing offer to take over £ 3.8BILLION from Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The proposed acquisition comes after the heads of the United Nations were increasingly seen in Saudi Arabia, according to The Sun . ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
Saudi prince Muhammad bin Salman increases his offer to United United
<img id = "i-1bc26d178af080ef" src = "https://i.dailymail.co.uk/ 1s / 2019/02/17/00 / 9909446-6713365-image-a-77_1550364594634.jpg The Saudi prince hopes to tempt the Glaziers to sell United to The Prince season hopes to tempt the Glaciers to sell United next season to buy the Red Devils in 2003 for £ 790m but if they decide to accept Bin Salman's bid Glazers will win a huge profit of 2 , £ 2bn is not for sale, especially after Bin Salman became enthralled by the death of journalist Jamal Hashogi
A £ 3.8bn estimate from the Saudi Prince depends on whether United can secure football from the Champions League through next season. Bin Salman sees FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Russian President Vladimir Putin ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
Bin Salman sits with FIFA President Gianni Infantino and President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
United's purchase would signal the Saudi Arabian family's intention to compete with Manchester City as the best team in England and world football. of the world's best club teams after huge investments over the past decade. Sportsmail contacted Manchester United for potential takeover, but they refused to comment on "speculation."