“We’re told”, “100%” – Sky Sports drops exciting Man United takeover news on Sheikh Jassim

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According to Sky Sports, Sheikh Jassim will submit one last bid for Manchester United before the deadline later this month.

What is the newest takeover news involving Man United?

When it comes to a potential full takeover from the Glazers, Jassim and Sir Jim Ratcliffe have been the front-runners, each making two approaches thus far.

However, the Glazers have planned another round of bids, which prompted Finnish businessman Thomas Zilliacus to withdraw from the race to acquire Manchester United and call the procedure a “farce.” Ratcliffe and Jassim now have one less rival, and it appears that the Qatar group is still interested in a takeover.

A report from chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol to Sky Sports News reporter Mike Wedderburn about Jassim and potential Old Trafford takeover in the previous 48 hours. It is anticipated that Jassim will submit a third offer before the deadline and is still committed to purchasing 100% of the club.

We are aware that offers are being made for Manchester United, and the Glazer family wants a third round of negotiations.

According to our chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani of Qatar will submit his third and final offer for Manchester United before the deadline for third offers on Friday, April 28. We are informed that he is fully committed to purchasing Manchester United.

Jassim might be impatient for progress to be made…

It is encouraging to see that Jassim is prepared to make another offer to United, and he will be trying to avoid any ambiguity around a deadline after requiring an extension for his second proposal.

With prior rumors indicating that he wouldn’t be careless and overspend, he could have simply walked away from his second bid, which was a world record at more than £5 billion. But with this thrilling development, you would anticipate that his final bid will rise once more, perhaps approaching the Glazers’ £6 billion asking price.

Considering that he previously wanted a transaction to be completed as soon as possible to aid Erik ten Hag in the summer transfer market, Jassim may also be expecting for a quicker turnaround. He may be eager to look at making a trade happen over the coming months – provided the Glazers sell up, of course. He was even already considering a move for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.

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