It’s the day before Manchester United fans’ first protest for the 2023/24 Premier League campaign as the legend of the revolution continues to ring.
The 1958 have pledged to protest against the Glazers’ ownership of the club as they remain in Old Trafford on Monday night. Fans will meet at the Holy Trinity statue at 6.30pm as they begin the procession. Recent protests against American families
Reds fans will hold their seats in protest an hour after the clash with Nottingham. Forest to reinforce their point, however, former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy says United supporters should be grateful to the owners this summer.
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United fans say thanks to Glazer
Danny Murphy insists Manchester United fans should ‘applaud’ the Glazers and says other clubs will be ‘envy’ of their transfer spending.
United have spent around £180m on three new signings this summer, with Mason Mount, Andre Onana and Rasmus. Hojland came with huge fees.
There may be new pages increase with depending on the performance United are keen to sign Harry Maguire’s replacement should he sign for West Ham.
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United will be ‘sold for £7.3billion’.
In an interview with BBC Sport, Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman claimed United would be sold for a record high. He explains: “I’ve met several times with US private equity funds and football club valuations are going through the roof. Americans are determined to enter this market quite hard.
“I spoke to the owners of Leeds when we were there. And clubs in the Championship are valued at three times their income. Give or take, Manchester United are going to sell them for £7.2billion-£7.3billion, which is about 10 times their earnings.
“A couple of years ago we could have been talking about selling Cardiff for £20m or £30m but now you’re looking at £90m or £100m. [of Championship clubs] All the lines have been stretched out.”
At this stage there is no indication that the club is about to be sold. In November, The Glazers announced a ‘strategic review’ of their ownership. One of the possible outcomes is a complete sale.
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