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Sky Sports reporter drops Man Utd sale update amid claims the club is 'off the market'

Sky Sports reporter drops Man Utd sale update amid claims the club is 'off the market'

This could change everything.

Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol has provided an update on the sale of Manchester United amid claims the Glazers have taken the club off the market.

United were first put up for sale back in November, 2022 - sparking huge interest from several parties.

Qatari businessman Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe emerged as the two leading candidates to buy the club - with both men submitting several offers to buy United.

But on Saturday, reports emerged that claimed United had been taken off the market by the Glazers.

The Daily Mail claimed that the Americans had pulled the sale due to their asking price not being met.

Sky Sports News reporter Solhekol has now provided an update on the situation and claims that both Sheikh Jassim and Ratcliffe believe the club is still up for sale, despite the reports.

Solhekol posted on X: "Manchester United bidders remain interested in buying the club. Nothing has changed yet as far as they are aware.

"Source involved in the process says Glazers should take the money and go, they have two massive bids which value the club at far more than its share price has ever been and talk of United being worth £10 billion is totally unrealistic."

Former United captain Gary Neville says he does not believe the Glazers have actually taken the club off the market.

"[The Glazers] have to do something," Neville wrote on social media.

"They've run out of money and the financial situation is desperate. They need investment in.

"They're also having a toxic impact on the club from the inside out. The negligence continues for now but I don't think it can go on without some action on raising funds.

"Also who would come in as a minority alongside them with the damage it would do to their reputation?"

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Topics: Manchester United, Football, Premier League, Sheikh Jassim