Manchester United could welcome a new owner to the club within the next 24 months, according to football agent John Smith. After a dreadful start to the new season with a 4-0 defeat, football is making headlines.Information Guide Nigeria
Unfortunately for United fans, the club’s problems far outweigh his two bad results. The
fans are angry and upset with the club’s current owners, the Glazer family. The Glazer family, they say, is drying up the club with huge debts, poor strategic appointments by the club hierarchy and a lack of investment on and off the pitch.
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As a result, #EmptyOldTrafford has been trending all over the world lately, with fans planning a massive boycott of Monday’s clash with rivals Liverpool.
However, Smith told Ade Oladipo that he believed there might be light at the end of the tunnel.
Speaking on The Transfer Social, Smith said: “Manchester United, I believe, will be sold within the next 24 months.
“There are people circling. The fact of the matter is that there are six siblings who are currently in the ownership, that’s a big number to get everyone to walk out in a straight line together, so it may or may not [happen].
“I just get the feeling from the people over there that it they get a sentiment that it may be an option.
“Here’s another addendum to that. Who knows what the Chelsea takeover cost, £2billion a change? A lot of the £3billion to £4billion was loan paybacks and various other things that were bolted on, but it was probably £2.5billion, heading towards £3billion, which kind of rerates Arsenal and Liverpool and the others.
“On a global income basis, nothing touches Manchester United, they’re in a league of their own.”JAMB Result