Saudi crown prince Mohammad bin Salman plan spend £3bn to buy Manchester United
Saudi Arabian crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman is set to make a tremendous Middle East venture by sprinkling over £3bn to buy Manchester United football club.
The crown prince, who worth £250billion is allegedly wanting to sprinkle over £3bn to buy Manchester United.
Manchester United’s present current share price values the club at more than £2.5bn, which is slightly down from the record high of £3.1bn recorded in August.
According to the reports, Avram is even due to attend the Future Investment meeting in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh one week from now, close by driving financiers and speculators based far and wide.
Bin Salman needs to positively influence the world of football and perspectives the Glazer-possessed Manchester United as the ideal obtaining.
It is comprehended that any offer to the Glazers would need to be essentially higher, given the winning force and worldwide brand of the club.
It is so far misty whether the Glazer family would move the club, however Co-director Avram Glazer’s to sell the club, but Co-chairman Avram Glazer’s recent whereabouts have fuelled rumours of an imminent sale with him spending most of his time in the Middle East.