Manchester United fans could get a say on future transfers if the Qatari buyout goes through according to recent reports.
The Premier League side is currently in a state of limbo with numerous bidders all interested in acquiring the Manchester club.
The most notable of which is Sheikh Jassim, the Qatari billionaire’s representatives were at Old Trafford on Thursday as they held further discussions with the club.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe is also another interested party but it seems like Manchester United fans would rather the Qatari bid go through.
Now according to FC Qatari on Twitter, Sheikh Jassim plans to introduce a ‘global voting system for transfers’ in order to ‘unite’ the club.
🚨🚨 Sheikh Jassim’s plan to unite Manutd fans: a global voting system for player signings! The most popular picks will be considered by the board. #Manutd #GlobalFanVote #SheikhJassim #MUFC pic.twitter.com/iF0KLAD1Df
— عاصمة كرة القدم🇶🇦 (@FCQATARI) March 17, 2023
“Would like to clarify these will be considered in board meetings , for every position they will see what fans prefer but won’t depend on just their opinion. Signings will also happen from having the best recruitment structure.” the post continued.
If true, it would be a very ambitious idea if the Qatari ownership does happen.