SHOCKING NEWS: Coming from Fabrizio Romano the Glazers has yet again postponed the announcement of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s takeover till January and the British billionaire businessman is having a second thought to pull out of the deal in acquiring Manchester United as it looks to him that the Glazers don’t want to sell. This has come as a shock to Manchester fans as Manchester United will not be saved by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s wealth in the January transfer window, casting doubt on Erik ten Hag’s aspirations for reinforcements.

Man Utd's transfer plans were rocked by the news that Sir Jim Ratcliffe won't take over until the following year.


Sources claim that Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s transfer wealth will not save Manchester United during the January transfer window, which puts Erik ten Hag’s hopes of acquiring reinforcements in jeopardy. To salvage a dismal season, the Red Devils desperately need upgrades this winter, but player sales will be the lifeblood of any business.

Almost £400 million has been spent by Ten Hag on new players during his two summer transfer windows at Old Trafford.

In terms of Financial Fair Play, it puts United in a precarious position, and there is little chance that they will make significant adjustments in the upcoming year.

It was anticipated that the Glazer family’s strategic review, which began in November 2022, would be finished by 2024.
After changing his offer and seeing Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani pull out of the race in October, Ratcliffe ended up with the winning bid.

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