Gary Neville podcast: Desperate Glazers treating Manchester United like a toy... of course they're going to sell
Gary Neville has blasted the Glazers for their mishandling of Manchester United, claiming the owners have treated the club like a "toy" throughout the takeover saga.
The bidders hoping to buy United still remain interested in a takeover and believe the club remains up for sale.
A Mail on Sunday report claims the Glazers are planning to take Man Utd off the market with the plan of putting the club back up for sale in 2025 when they believe their valuation of £7bn-£10bn will be met.
Those involved in the process, including merchant bank Raine, the overseers of the takeover talks, have not been told of any change.
Sheikh Jassim and Sir Jim Ratcliffe were the only serious bidders by the end of the takeover process but they fell short of the valuation the Glazers set. Sky Sports News understands that they wanted £6bn.
Speaking after Arsenal's dramatic 3-1 victory over United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Neville was highly critical of the club's regime.