“Those close to Jassim” – Romano drops key MUFC takeover claim amid “crazy things happening”

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According to sources close to Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani, he is still confident in his offer to purchase Manchester United, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.

What recent MUFC takeover news is there?
The Qatari banker appears to have submitted his final offer in an effort to completely purchase the club from the Glazer Family.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, a British billionaire, has also made an offer that could result in him acquiring about 50% of Man United, leaving Joel and Avram Glazer with a 20% stake.

There have been rumours that Sheikh Jassim is no longer making the most alluring proposal at Old Trafford because the American family can still be involved if they accept Ratcliffe’s offer.

However, Romano insisted that there is still confidence that the Qatari-linked offer will be sufficient to complete the takeover when discussing this “crazy” bidding war in response to this most recent potential twist on his YouTube channel.

It’s also important to note that Sheikh Jassim’s friends and family promise that he will continue to run; he is still optimistic, the speaker continued. He also thinks his suggestion is the best one for Man United.

We are aware of the many bizarre events surrounding the Manchester United bid process.

What financial offer has been made to take over Man United?
Ratcliffe’s offer to Ineos, in the eyes of the Glazer family, appears to put their club’s value at over £5 billion. There does not appear to be much in Sheikh Jassim’s offer, which is said to be only around £5 billion.

However, if that offer is a little lower and denies the Glazers any influence over Manchester United, it is easy to understand why they might choose to accept Ratcliffe’s offer.

It’s difficult to foresee how this will all turn out with so much going on. It’s safe to say, however, that the Man Utd fan base has not found the saga amusing.

In fact, the lengthy club sale process was recently criticised by the Manchester United Supporter’s Trust (MUST). In a statement from a few weeks ago, they demanded that the “process be concluded without further delay.”

Given that, they will undoubtedly be relieved to learn that the winning bids have been submitted. However, if this entire chapter comes to an end and the Glazers stay at Old Trafford, many supporters will be left feeling rather disappointed.

They might be hoping Sheikh Jassim is correct to continue to be confident in his bid at this point.

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