Twitter Rife With Talk Manchester United Have Been Bought By Saudi Arabian Investors

Twitter Rife With Talk Manchester United Have Been Bought By Saudi Arabian Investors

Twitter is this afternoon rife with talk that Manchester United have been bought by Saudi Arabian investors.

According to The Mirror, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been preparing a £4billion bid for the club.

They also reported he was due to meet the Glazer family – who currently own United – over the last few weeks.

And now rumours are rife on Twitter about United having agreed a deal with the Saudi Arabian party to take over the club.

Just look at some of the reaction from United fans:

If the rumours are true then you would expect to hear something from an official or trusted source over the coming day.

And the deal could be transformative for United, who currently sit seventh in the English Premier League table.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team have struggled this season, but an increase in spending power could accelerate the rebuild at Old Trafford.


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