Sheikh Jassim wants Man Utd to be successful despite Sir Jim Ratcliffe agreeing deal with Glazers

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Sheikh Jassim remains a Manchester United supporter and wants them to be as successful as possible despite failing to agree a deal to buy the club from the Glazers.

Sheikh Jassim disbanded his bid operation after withdrawing his £5bn offer to buy United last month. Sir Jim Ratcliffe is now set to purchase 25 per cent of the club for more than £1.25bn.

The bid cost Sheikh Jassim millions of pounds but he walked away after failing to agree a deal with the Glazers, who have owned United since 2005 but have been looking to sell since November 2022.

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45 thoughts on “Sheikh Jassim wants Man Utd to be successful despite Sir Jim Ratcliffe agreeing deal with Glazers

  1. Who thinks current ownership Glazers do not want success, is not trying to win. Winning is cyclical, very few teams will win every year! The fact that MU are not on top denotes a competitive EPL. Live with the pain MU fans, your time will come again!

  2. Qatar just need to submit a last minute bid to blow the doors off. But realistically the debt and everything associated with the club they would spend so much which I would estimate around 10b. Pay to buy the club, bring in more competent staff, fix the infrastructure around the stadium, training grounds, etc, players need to be sold off to get rid of (maybe) and we need to bring in quality players which require money.

  3. I wonder if the fans including my self knew they had the chance to decide the clubs future, come together tell the Glazers its Sheik or nothing. Empty stadium, no united vlogs,no merch etc for a month or 2 i bet they would sell. U bunch cowards especially the ones who live close to the stadium or travel to get there. Blame yourselves, had the perfect chance and u all sat dwn and let the Glazers decide.

  4. The name Glazer is dirt, every time they step off a plane in England I want them to know they are utterly despised and their legacy is the destruction of the greatest football club.

  5. My love for football has died, after I realise I’m love something that is totally out of my control. What makes it worse is, the fate of Manchester United is in demons’ hands and I can do nothing about it. There could have been a bright future for United if Glazers are out and Sheikh Jassim comes in. So long, United.❤

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  7. It's evident that Jim Ratcliffe's deal might not resonate well with the fans, and his portrayal of the additional funds as a heroic gesture raises concerns about the club's future direction. Qatar had the capacity to instigate substantial changes at Manchester United. I genuinely hope that Qatar secures ownership of ManUtd, while also harboring the hope that Ratcliffe considers stepping aside from this deal, as he might not be the most suitable leader for the club. Qatar had the potential to become the ideal owners for the next century and beyond.

  8. So Sheikh Jasim failed ?A failure, Failed to buy the Gem. Sad to hear, Qatari has lost the game in the final . Sorry Qatar. Somewhere the tatics didn’t worked very well and failed. Don’t worry , next time, if you can. Keep practicing.

  9. I wish that sheik Jassim would make the takeover happen. The glazers have totally ruined united and only a full take over can be good for out club and for the fans

  10. It's pure down to racism the Club was held from the arabs I'm a united fan an I was happy to let a wealthy arab take over the club who supports the club and wants them to win even if he isn't in control

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