Manchester United receive takeover bid from sheikh worth £276 BILLION: report

Manchester United facing Qatar takeover, following £4bn bid: A general view of the East Stand at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United before the UEFA Champions League match between Manchester United and Sporting Braga on October 23, 2012 in Manchester, England.
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Manchester United are set to receive a £4 billion bid for the club from the Emir of Qatar.

United were put up for sale by their deeply unpopular owners, the Glazer family, this season and it is believed that they are a target for both the Qatar Investment Fund and INEOS entrepreneur and fan, Sir Jim Ratcliffe. The Glazers are said to value the club at around £6bn.

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Mark White is the Digital Content Editor at FourFourTwo. During his time on the brand, Mark has written three cover features on Mikel Arteta, Martin Odegaard and the Invincibles, and has written pieces on subjects ranging from Sir Bobby Robson’s time at Barcelona to the career of Robinho. An encyclopedia of football trivia and collector of shirts, he first joined the team back in 2020 as a staff writer.