Cоnfirmеd: The world’s 2nd richest man decided to buy Man Utd for the biggest price in history
Formal offers to buy Manchester United from the Glazer family Man Utd st be sent by this Friday. Elon Man Utd sk is one of the people keeping an eye on the situation at Old Trafford.
As the deadline for bids gets closer, Elon Man Utd sk is one of the many people thinking about making a formal offer for Manchester United.
The Glazer family, who owns the Red Devils, put them up for sale last November. Formal bids Man Utd st be sent to The Raine Group, the bank in charge of the sale, by this Friday. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who is the richest person in Britain and the CEO of INEOS, said in January that he is trying to take over the club he likes.
He is said to be competing with Qatari investors, the Emir of the Middle Eastern country, and people or groups from Saudi Arabia and the United States. In an interesting new development, Man Utd sk, who has been a United fan since he was a child, is also keeping an eye on the situation. There are only a few days left until bids Man Utd st be put on the table.
The Daily Mail says that the owner of Tesla and Twitter is thinking about whether the chance at Old Trafford is too good to pass up. With a huge net worth of £157 billion, Man Utd sk is the second richest person in the world, so he would have no trouble paying what the Glazers want.
Even though United’s American owners reportedly wanted between £6bn and £8bn to sell, a bid of up to £4.5bn could be enough to get a takeover done. The report says that dozens of people who want to know more about the club have already shown interest and signed the paperwork they need to do so.
These include a number of Saudi Arabia-based billionaires who are not related to the people who own Newcastle. Man Utd sk could work with an interested person or group to become the face of the bid. Before saying he was kidding, the 51-year-old said he was “buying Manchester United.”
“Also, I’m buying Manchester United your welcome,” Man Utd sk wrote on Twitter last August, when United was having a terrible start to the season. He later tried to downplay his comments by adding, “Although, if it were any team, it would be Man U. As a kid, they were my favorite team.”
Some estimates say that the next people who own United will need to have up to £2 billion saved up in order to commit to redeveloping Old Trafford. This shouldn’t be a problem for Man Utd sk, even though the falling price of Tesla’s stock has cut his net worth by £150bn since November.
United is expected to sell for £4.5bn, which would make them the most expensive sports team in the world. They would be worth more than the NFL’s Denver Broncos, who sold for £3.7bn last year. So, while it’s still unclear if Man Utd sk will make a bid before Friday’s deadline, the fact that he is keeping an eye on the situation shows that he has changed his mind and is seriously considering buying the Red Devils.
Elon Man Utd sk wants to buy Man Utd
After a joke last year, the American billionaire is said to be really interested in buying the 13-time Premier League champion.
Daily Mail and Goal reported that Elon Man Utd sk, owner of Tesla Corporation with an estimated fortune of 157 billion pounds ( $190 billion ) is paying attention to Manchester United. ” There is no official offer yet, but Elon Man Utd sk is very interested in Man Utd ,” the British newspaper said.
Man Utd is facing a big change at the top of the team.
Man Utd can change hands on February 17, when the Glazer family is ready to sell the Old Trafford club to any organization or individual that meets the price of 4.5 billion pounds.
Last August, Tesla CEO made Man Utd fans wave with a status line saying that he intends to buy Manchester United football club. Despite confirming this is just a joke, the richest man in the world still says he is a fan of the most traditional Premier League team.
On February 11, the Daily Mail also added that there are two separate investors from Saudi Arabia who are also preparing to join the race to acquire Man Utd . Some other investors come from the US, Qatar, China and Singapore.
Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe, with the support of two US investment banks JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs, is the only person who has confirmed his interest in buying Man Utd from the Glazer family. However, the British businessman only wanted to pay no more than £4 billion, £2 billion less than the Glazers wanted.