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Glazer family take Manchester United off the market until 2025



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The Glazer family have taken Manchester United off the market until at least 2025 as they hold out for as much as a £10 billion bid.

The Glazer family, owners of Manchester United, have taken the club off the market, according to the Daily Mail.

The breaking article states that the owners are looking for as much as £10 billion before deciding on parting ways with the club.

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After the family did not receive the offers they had hoped when they initially put the club up for sale, they have now decided that the club will not be sold in 2023, and they will try again in 2025.

“The Glazers are thick-skinned and won’t be influenced by any negative fan reactions,” a source close to the American family told the Mail.

It is claimed that the United owners are hoping that with the World Cup being hosted in the USA in 2026 and the potential of more silverware, the club will become much more valuable over the coming seasons.

After multiple bids from Shiekh Jassim and Sir Jim Ratcliffe ultimately failed to satisfy the Glazer family, they will now attempt to grow the club’s worth ahead of a new sale in a few years.

The family are hoping that new and serious bidders will emerge in the future.

“The Glazers hope for a higher price thanks to an uplift in TV rights revenues, the expansion of FIFA’s Club World Cup to 32 teams from 2025, which could be very lucrative, and the forthcoming 2026 World Cup,” the article states.

With Manchester United fans staging regular protests demanding the club be sold, the Glazer family have not listened.