Manchester United have lost their opening game of the Premier League new campaign with a 1-2 scoreline against Brighton. A well experienced manager Erik ten Hag was expected to help in taking the club. Back to glory days but with such start there may be a long way to go.
However according to Sunsport there is a section of fans who in their game ahead of Seagulls visit were protesting ownership of the Glazer family. And in another update from same report now another 'bidder' could challenge the current owners by placing an offer to buy the club.
Sunsport report, "Everyone knows that we need new ownership of this football club. That is my aim, those are my objectives. I'm making good progress, I continue to talk to the people, I've got some good pledges with good finance.
We are now working on the offer document -remember, it's a hostile bid. "Said Michael Knighton as he spoke to the Man United The Religion. Knighton had initially tried to buy United for £20m but failed.
But he later accepted a position on the board as the deadline to prove his funds loomed. The 70-years-old served on the United's board between 1989 and 1992 but. Now his planning in making a return to the Old Trafford if all goes well as a new owner of the club.
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