The Glazers family are reportedly set to sell Manchester United for around £3.75bn.
According to Mike Keegan (Daily Mail), the US owners have set a price for the sale of United.
The relatively low amount could tempt the emirate to make an offer.
The report goes on to say: “The purchase of Man United it is within the range of a sovereign wealth fund like Dubai, which has yet to follow Abu Dhabi (Man City) and Saudi Arabia (Newcastle) in adding a top-tier club to its portfolio.”
“The emirate is rumored to be a contender.”
Other buyers would also be tempted to invest at such a good price.
It would be beneficial for the club, as the new owner could use his remaining resources in other valuable areas, such as the redevelopment of Old Trafford.
Man United is a source of income for the Glazers, who have never put a penny of their own money into the club.
The fall of the team on the grass has been a direct consequence of the lack of structure.
The recent news of the acquisition sent the owners into a panic and splurged over £100m in the final two weeks of the transfer window.
While Casemiro and Antony are brilliant signings, it once again shows a lack of planning on United’s part.
Fans will expect a new owner to be willing to invest their time and money in hiring the best in class in all departments.
The Relentless Glazer Our protests will eventually provoke a reaction, and we hope that the owners will listen and sell the club.