Glazers make stance on Man Utd sale price clear as Sir Jim Ratcliffe steps up bid
The Glazers reportedly won't budge from their asking price for Manchester United after it emerged that the club's owners were seeking a full sale.
It was confirmed in November that the American family were open to offers and actively 'exploring strategic alternatives', but now United officials are believed to be expecting a wholesale takeover. Mirror Football understands that the Glazers could hold out for up to 8billion - a world-record sum for a football club by some distance - and a fresh report claims that the bigwigs at Old Trafford will remain steadfast in their demands.
According to the Mail, United's much-maligned owners will refuse to drop their asking price as bidding steps up. A mid-February deadline for proposals has been mooted, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe currently the only party to have confirmed their intention to make a serious offer.
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