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Man Utd legend Gary Neville vents fury towards the Glazer family in latest stinging attack

Man Utd legend Gary Neville vents fury towards the Glazer family in latest stinging attack

Neville has had his say.

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has aimed a fresh attack at the Glazer family as the takeover process involving his former club continues.

The Glazers, who currently own United, have not made an announcement on the process since November, when they confirmed that the club's board were to 'explore strategic alternatives'.

Following that statement, several parties prepared bids for either a full takeover, majority stake or minority stake in United.

Qatari businessman Sheikh Jassim, through his Nine Two Foundation, wants a full takeover, and has submitted five separate bids to buy the club.

The Guardian claim that 'the sense both publicly and privately' is that Sheikh Jassim has 'slipped ahead' of takeover rival Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who wants a majority share of the club.

However, the same report adds that both parties were still in 'active and detailed' discussions last week with Raine Group, the US merchant bank that are overseeing negotiations on behalf of the Glazers.

A conclusion to the process is yet to be confirmed, and with the transfer window now open, manager Erik ten Hag is said to be 'increasingly frustrated' that the takeover uncertainty is affecting his transfer plans.

Now, Neville - a staunch critic of the Glazers - has again aired his feelings on the saga.

Neville hits out at Glazers over Man Utd sale

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Neville fumed: "Embarrassing. But it's what they [the Glazers] have done, drag everything out. It's always in their best interests.

"Fans not being updated by owners on the ownership sale is not good enough, but fitting with how they have operated for 20 years now."

After the Women's FA Cup final last month, in which United lost to Chelsea, co-owner Avram Glazer was asked by Sky News journalist Tyrone Francis to give any updates on the sale. However, Glazer refused to answer.

And in a tweet on May 31, Neville accused the Glazers of 'unprofessional' behaviour over their handling of a potential sale.

He wrote: "They've been spinning it out unprofessionally for weeks and months now. They know fan protests would have been more significant than they already have if matches were still being played and the end result of the sale process is unpopular.

"Basically any family members staying in would be deemed unacceptable by all fans. Is this why they're holding off?"

Featured Image Credit: Alamy / AP Photo/Dave Thompson

Topics: Manchester United, Gary Neville, Premier League