Manchester United's transfer budget "only" £100m this summer, even if Qatari owners arrive - report

Erik ten Hag during Manchester United's 2-0 loss to Newcastle in April 2023.
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Manchester United will have to work with a budget of "only" £100 million this summer, even if they are taken over by billionaire Qatari owners.

The Red Devils are reportedly up for sale right now, with Sheikh Jassim of Qatar and Sir Jim Ratcliffe, a British billionaire, competing to buy the Old Trafford outfit. Yet, regardless of who comes out on top – or if the Glazer family ends up staying in charge – United will not have lavish sums to splash on new players this summer. 

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