BREAKING NEWS: coming live from old Trafford, the Glazers has postponed the takeover deal set to be announced next week. According to reports the Glazers are beginning to reconsider the new options laid down by Sheikh Jassim which says “He would be in full control of Manchester United and he would pay the Glazers the full asking price but he won’t clear the Glazers debt”. Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s arrival is postponed by Man Utd owners Glazers because Sheikh Jassim is ‘flirting with bargain’.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe's arrival is postponed by Man Utd owners Glazers because Sheikh Jassim is 'flirting with bargain'.


As Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Manchester United contract is extended by the Glazers and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani continues to be involved, his resentment grows.

The lengthy process of Manchester United’s acquisition seems likely to continue past next week as INEOS and Sir Jim Ratcliffe await their turn to take over at Old Trafford. Reports state that the Glazer family is to blame for the delays, a subject that Sir Jim, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, and other parties have brought up repeatedly over the course of the year-long dispute.

The American owners started looking for other investment options last November when they started a strategic review.

A few months after entering the competition, Sheikh Jassim withdrew his Β£5 billion bid for a 100% sale in October because he had doubts about the Glazers’ desire to profit.

By shifting his pursuit and aiming for a minority interest, Sir Jim outwitted his rival from Qatar, enabling the Glazers to maintain ownership of the club while giving INEOS sports authority.

The 71-year-old has been anticipated to acquire a 25% stake in United for the previous three weeks, but because of continuous delays, there has been no confirmation.

This week’s reports suggested that the Β£1.3 billion sale would probably be finalised early in the following year, with the intention of introducing Sir Jim prior to Tuesday’s pivotal Champions League matchup with Bayern Munich.

The Mail believes it will be the week after Christmas, leading up to Christmas Day, though, because of legal structural issues.

One of the things that supporters find most annoying about the Glazers’ leadership is their inability to make snap decisions.

United is a UK club governed by six US-based siblings that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and registered in the Cayman Islands.

But there’s hope that a more efficient system will be in place at Old Trafford once Sir Jim and INEOS take over as sporting authorities.

Many believe that the businessman, who was born in Failsworth, will be a better choice than Sheikh Jassim, who was unsuccessful in his pursuits.

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