Recent reports suggest that Qatari investors may be willing to walk away from a potential bid to buy Manchester United if the price is not set at a satisfactory level by the club’s current owners, the Glazer family.
The Glazers have come under increasing pressure from fans and investors alike in recent years, with many questioning their ability to properly manage the club and invest in its success. This has led to speculation that the family may be willing to sell their stake in the club, with Qatari investors reportedly interested in buying.
However, the price is expected to be a sticking point in any potential deal. While the Glazers are thought to be willing to consider selling the club, they are unlikely to do so at a discount, given the value of the Manchester United brand and the club’s global reach.
Qatari investors, on the other hand, are believed to be shrewd negotiators who will not overpay for assets. If the Glazers are not willing to set a price that reflects the true value of the club, then it is entirely possible that the Qatari investors may walk away from any potential deal.