Qatar makes a “new astronomical offer” to buy Manchester United…

The Times newspaper said that Qatari Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani made an improved final offer today, Tuesday, to buy Manchester United, the English Premier League soccer club.

Sheikh Jassim, the son of the former Qatari prime minister, had made previous offers to buy the English Premier League giant.

According to information received from the British newspaper “The Times”, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani made an offer close to 6 billion pounds sterling.

The source added that the offer includes paying the club’s debts at a value of 536 million, redeveloping the training headquarters, improving and developing Old Trafford, and concluding new deals.

The American Glazer family, which owns United, began the process of selling the club and received several offers, including from British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe, founder of the chemical company Ineos, and Finnish businessman Thomas Ziliakos.

Sources told Reuters earlier that any sale to United would likely exceed the biggest sporting deal to date, at $5.2 billion including debt and investment paid for Chelsea.

According to press reports, it is scheduled to announce whether or not to sell the English club tomorrow evening, Wednesday.

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