PSG owners wants to buy Manchester United from the Glazer family
QSI will now attack England for what they did to France and PSG in 2011. In the Premier League, Nasser Al-Khelafi would be liked by both players and fans.
Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), a Qatari investment fund, wants to increase its power in England by buying a majority stake in a Premier League club, like Tottenham, Liverpool, or Manchester United. This comes more than ten years after QSI bought Paris Saint-Germain and established itself in France.
This would be the fund’s first project outside of France. A few days ago, Daniel Levy, the president of Spurs, and Nasser Al-Khelafi, the CEO of QSI, talked about a possible sale of Spurs after hearing rumours from other countries. Even though these rumours are true, the British press said Wednesday that Spurs will not be taken over. The Red Devils have the ball now, and they might soon be playing with the Qatari flag flying.
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Nasser Al-Khelafi and his team might be interested in buying the Mancunian formation. The Glazer family said last November that they planned to sell the English club, which has been criticised for a long time. On the other hand, the Daily Mail says that the Qatari investors who are worried have nothing to do with QSI.
The Glazer family gave the Abu Dhabi United Group until the middle of February to make a full offer to buy Manchester United. They are now working on it.
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There is a lot of money available and it is easy to get. These people take what they do very, very seriously. A source with knowledge of the situation said, “They want to make sure United are where they need to be, and they are sure that their offer will be the best.” Even though QSI wants it, Manchester United may be able to avoid the control of Al-Khelafi because of laws that say a single shareholder can’t own more than one team in the Champions League and two teams in the same European tournament.
Even if QSI put money into the team, these rules would still be in place. According to the same source, IENOS, which is run by billionaire Jim Ratcliffe and has owned OGC Nice since August 2021, is in the running to buy Cristiano Ronaldo’s old club, which the Glazer Group now values at 6.7 billion euros.