Watch: Journalist Confronts Manchester United Proprietor Avram Glazer Over Cristiano Ronaldo Exit And Proposed Sale Of Membership | Soccer Information

Avram Glazer, one of many house owners of Manchester United© AFP

Manchester United introduced late Tuesday they have been contemplating “all strategic alternatives, including new investment into the club, a sale, or other transactions involving the company”. The membership is owned by the Glazer household. Analysts have stated the Glazer household may make round £5 billion ($6 billion) from the sale of a membership it spent £790 million to purchase, largely with debt, in 2005.

The information got here virtually instantly after the membership reached a mutual settlement with star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, which meant the Portuguese famous person’s troubled second spell on the membership got here to a right away finish. This occurred within the aftermath of Ronaldo’s explosive interview with journalist Piers Morgan, by which he had criticised the house owners, the membership and coach Erik Ten Hag.

United final received the Premier League within the 2012-13 season and have since struggled to succeed in the heights it had below the stewardship of legendary supervisor Sir Alex Ferguson. The house owners have been criticised by the followers over the best way the membership has been run.

Now, simply days after studies surfaced that the Glazer household is trying to promote the membership, a SkySports journalist confronted one of many house owners, Avram Glazer in regards to the difficulty in addition to Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit.

Watch: Avram Glazer confronted by journalist over proposed sale of Manchester United

Glazer wished Ronaldo for his future and thanked him for his contributions to the membership however gave no direct solutions to the journalists’ sharp questions.

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