Manchester United asking price set by Glazers amid fan protests at Old Trafford

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The Glazers have set a £4bn asking price for Manchester United amid fan protests outside Old Trafford, according to the Mirror.

Manchester United were one of 12 clubs, six from the Premier League, who signed up to be a part of the proposed European Super League, against the will of the fans, who wanted to ensure the values of our great game were upheld.

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Now, Man United fans have never been particularly keen on the Glazers. They’re notorious for taking money out of the football club, rather than putting it into it. This fiasco could prove to be a tipping point at Old Trafford.

Fans gathered in their masses on Saturday to show their contempt for their ownership and call for them to leave the club.

If the Mirror are to be believed, they may well get their wish, but only if someone is willing to pay their valuation, which is an astronomical £4bn, according to the report.

The Mirror believe that an offer in that region would be enough to convince the Glazer brothers to sit at the table and discuss the possibility of them selling the Red Devils.

The fans will be crossing their fingers in hope that someone can stump up the cash.

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