Jim Ratcliffe has launched a big plan to revive Manchester United, growing confidence in the success of the bid

Manchester United’s tenure is at a critical stage.

The two public bidders, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim, submitted the second offer on March 23 and 24.

The pair are confident of their bid to buy United, although none will match the Glazers’ price tag.

According to Mike Keegan (The Daily Mail), there are growing fears that the new owner may not be able to watch the summer transfer window.

United will need to strengthen in key areas this summer if they are to challenge for top honors next season.

We previously covered Fabrizio Romano’s piece on how Erik ten Hague doesn’t know his transfer budget.

This could be a major setback for how United plan their transfer strategy.

The report goes on to say:

“Both parties were given an extended deadline to submit their bids at the instigation of US Merchants Bank, which led the process for Rain Group.”

“At one stage, when time was deemed of the essence, those involved were expected to hear back within seven days.”

But that didn’t happen and Sports message It is understood that the situation has created frustration and even frustration in some quarters.

It can be a way to force any bidder to raise the price.

US-based Elliott Investment Management is said to be interested in investing in a partial stake in the club.

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