Connect with us


Qatar group believe Man Utd CAN play in Europe as takeover not linked to PSG’s



MANCHESTER UNITED’S Qatari bidders are confident the club would be allowed in the Champions League.

The group of investors say they are separate from PSG’s Qatar owners QSI.

Old Trafford manager Erik ten Hag could look forward to a huge transfer spree in the summer if a Qatari group buy out the Glazers

And an important difference is that the huge injection of money into United would come from an individual fund – not from a sovereign wealth.

The Red Devils’ would-be buyers plan on giving manager Erik ten Hag the resources to quickly return to the world elite.

A bid could be made in the next week, with United valued at £6billion-plus by current owners the Glazers.


Offers are tipped to come from the Far East, Middle East and the USA.

Mason Greenwood lost MILLIONS after rape claims - but 'could resurrect career'
Win a Dyson bundle including hair dryer, straighteners and more for 89p

British billionaire and United fan Sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed he’s interested too.

Merchant Bank Raines Group will oversee any sale negotiations.

The Mail say the issue of Qatar Sports Investment Group owning PSG will be looked at.

But it’s expected United’s possible new owners from the same country believe they can show they have no connection.

Most read in Champions League


The club’s next chiefs face a huge bill on top of the £6bn buy-out sum.

That’s because Old Trafford needs redeveloping or totally rebuilding – possibly costing £2bn or more. 


The Qataris are also expected to ask fans their views over any takeover.

Source: The Sun

Follow us on Google News to get the latest Updates