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Manchester United Owners Stand On Selling The Club Revealed After Poor Start To The Season Under Ole

Manchester United had spent £135m last summer on new arrivals. Both Sancho, Varane and Ronaldo joined the club in a bid. To back up the Norwegian International on his rebuilding process.

But earlier on the club Owners had angered the fans by joining European Super League. But upon club Legends and fans protests the Americans backed off from the idea.

But these year on march Avram Glazer the Co-chairman to the club had sold £70m worth of shares. And now again as per the Sun, Co-Chairman Avram and Joel Glazer have made another move.

The two have put 9.5m shares up for sale which is worth £137m. And the BBC has as well confirmed the proceeds will go into the ownership accounts. With the red devil's not expected to get any money from it.

Meanwhile the same outlet has clarified that the Americans are not willing. And ready to sell the club and remain fully committed to the red devil's. Something which will definitely anger the entire United fan base.

Manchester United prepare for a trip away to King Power after the international break. With fear of losing both Fred and Cavani who represent Brazil and Uruguay respectively.

And are expected to be in action on Friday morning UK time. Which makes it difficult for them to fly out in time for club fixture commitments.

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