CONFIRMED BREAKING NEWS: coming live from notable reliable source, Ratcliffe greenlights Man Utd pursuit of brilliant €70m Antony upgrade. The INEOS chief is on the verge of officially acquiring a 25 per cent minority stake in Man Utd after the Premier League greenlit his investment on Tuesday, the British billionaire has announced that his first singing will be Premier League superstar Michael Olise, and confirmed by Fabrizio it has arrived been approved by the sir Jim Ratcliffe.

A story claims that Sir Jim Ratcliffe has given Manchester United permission to pursue Michael Olise.


The CEO of INEOS is poised to officially acquire a 25 percent minority share in Manchester United following approval from the Premier League on Tuesday. With this investment, the billionaire will assume complete control over the club’s sporting operations and has initiated a revamp of the recruitment department, appointing Omar Berrada as the new CEO from Manchester City and enlisting the expertise of INEOS figurehead Sir Dave Brailsford as an advisor.

Ratcliffe’s financial injection will alleviate Manchester United’s concerns regarding Financial Fair Play regulations and open up avenues for substantial summer spending. However, the club’s potential transfer activities will largely depend on securing a spot in the Champions League, with their recent victory over close rivals Aston Villa significantly bolstering their prospects.

Despite Manchester United’s recent good form, the season has been deemed disappointing, prompting Erik ten Hag to prioritize squad improvements in the upcoming transfer window. While Rasmus Hojlund has displayed promising performances in front of goal, there remains a need for an experienced striker and a new central defender. Additionally, addressing the persistent issue on the right-wing is imperative.

The acquisition of Michael Olise from Crystal Palace is being considered by Manchester United as a potential solution to their right-wing woes. Valued at €95 million, Antony’s tenure with the club has been far from successful, prompting Ten Hag to turn to the promising young talent Alejandro Garnacho.

While Garnacho has impressed recently, there is a recognition within Manchester United that relying solely on the 19-year-old may be imprudent. As such, the club is actively seeking right-wing reinforcements, with Olise emerging as a prime target. The Frenchman is lauded as one of the Premier League’s most potent wingers when fit, and reports suggest that Ratcliffe and INEOS have sanctioned the pursuit of Olise, with his summer release clause believed to be around €70 million.

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