Manchester United sits in fourth place with 35 points after playing 18 PL Games. They have showed fine form of performance led by the unplayable Marcus Rashford, who has scored in 8 consecutive games for Red Devils with an insane goal Contribution as well.
However, Current Manchester United owners, the Glazer family, has been facing backlash from fans and recently revealed they would be open to selling the club.
The Mirror reports that the list of suitors is long. Among them is the INEOS owner, Sir Ratcliffe and Record Formula 1 Champion Lewis Hamilton shortlisted among the serious candidates to buy the club. Ratcliffe is a long-time Manchester United fan while Hamilton, has had considerations to buy an English Club before.
Hamilton considered buying an English club after unsuccessfully bidding to get Chelsea from Roman Abramovich last season. Hamilton was part of Ratcliffe's bid at that time and is believed they will table a joint bid for the Red Devils.
At 38 Years of age, the Champion has in place his retirement plan and is net Worth is Valued at £235 Million. This hefty financial capacity also ranks him among the most paid Athletes in the World by Forbes. He recently invested in NFL club, the Denver Bronchos.
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