In November, the club announced that the Glazer family was starting to look into a possible sale. Everyone knows that the biggest investors gather around the negotiating table as soon as there is a rumor about selling the world’s biggest club, when the Americans come out and confirm that they will step down, then heaven and earth will move to be next. owner of Manchester United.
As the Glazers built expectations of the fantasy amount needed to buy the club, United supporters who have spent the past few seasons expressing their intense displeasure with the American owners chanted: “Love Man Utd – hate the Glazers”.
We’re waiting to see who will emerge as the new owner before the excitement is unleashed. What do they want with the club? What do they know about English football tradition? How much does the club’s “roots and soul” mean to those who take over management?
Erik ten Hag is clearly sitting on information which means he isn’t wasting any calories worrying about this.
– My information says that it will only be a positive thing (with a change of ownership), because it means there will be more investment, which is good, the United manager is starting to think Reuters.
– We’ve talked about the culture we want to have at the club and we’ve talked about our goals. Richard Arnold (CEO of the club) said that would not change. It will only get better, as more money will be made available for the project, said Ten Hag.
When Ten Hag was convinced that what worked and was important to Man United would not be lost, so would we. Of course, the manager also knows that with a greater investment in buying players, the manager’s expectations and demands also increase, but that’s another story.
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