Manchester United installed Erik ten Hag as manager back last summer and the former Ajax manager has already won Carabao Cup back in February. Already the red's are in FA Cup finals with Manchester City yet to challenge them in that fixture at Wembley stadium.
Meanwhile the few players Erik ten Hag was able to sign in the last summer have helped the club including Lisandro Martinez. A situation which the Dutchman would want it improved with few players being targeted by the boss ahead of summer transfer window.
Harry Kane, Victor Osimhen, Declan Rice, Frenkie De Jong are in the list of targeted players by Manchester United. However the huge change of ownership process could be significantly then affect the transfer activities for red devils as the Glazer Family seeking £6bn to part with the club.
SHEIKH JASSIM has launched a last-ditch bid to buy United, the Qatari remains eager to buy the Red Devils. Despite the Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos being selected as preferred bidder as per report by Sunsport.
Ratcliffe's offer would see Ineos purchase a majority stake in United, with the Glazers remaining as minority shareholders, which would be hugely unpopular with fans.
Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, meanwhile, wants to buy the club in its entirety.And he has "significantly" improved his bid which as before is for 100 per cent of the club, will clear all debt and includes a separate fund directed solely at the club and community.
But it is still said to value United at a lower price than Ratcliffe's. The Times claims the new Qatari offer falls short of Ratcliffe’s valuation, which could end up close to £6billion.
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