Glazer Family

The Glazer family, who have put up Manchester United for sale, are reportedly looking for a world record price for a sports franchise from prospective buyers.

ESPN, quoting sources "close to the process", reports that while Forbes puts the Premier League giants' valuation at £3.8 billion ($4.59bn), the Glazers believe they can attract offers in excess of £6bn ($7.25bn).

For the record, Chelsea fetched £2.5bn ($3.02bn) and the Denver Broncos £3.85bn ($4.65bn) when they were both sold earlier this year.

Nov 23, 2022 17:11
English football's most celebrated club made a twin twin set of announcements Tuesday. The American owners of Manchester United have confirmed that they are open to selling Premier League giants.
Feb 23, 2022 12:02
DUBAI: Indian-based infrastructure major GMR Group, co-owner of the Indian Premier League franchise Delhi Capitals, Wednesday confirmed acquiring the rights to own and operate the Dubai team in the upcoming UAE T20 League.  
Dec 01, 2021 20:12
MUMBAI: Two done, four to confirmations go. Lancer Capital, the investment SPV of the Glazer family, who own English Premier League giants Manchester United, Wednesday confirmed its first ever historic foray into cricket by acquiring a franchise in the Emirates Cricket Board’s upcoming UAE T20 League.
Oct 21, 2021 08:10
MUMBAI: This is the best endorsement yet for BCCI's upcoming announcement of the two entities that will own and operate the two new Indian Premier League franchises that will compete in the IPL from the 2022 season on. The Glazer family, which owns English Premier League giants Manchester United, have reportedly picked up the Invitation To Tender (ITT) document floated recently by the Indian cricket board.
May 03, 2021 07:05
LONDON: If the Glazer family, owner's of Manchester United and key strategists in the "dead before kick-off" European Super League (ESL), harboured any illusions that fan anger against the failed mercenary moves attempted by Europe's super rich clubs, it was unequivocally squashed on Sunday. 
Oct 16, 2018 17:10
MUMBAI: Premier League giants Manchester United have dismissed reports linking the club with a potential takeover from Saudi Arabia. Shares in the club surged by over 5% Monday following a report published by UK's The Sun tabloid that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and de facto ruler of the autocratic state was considering a bid of around £3 billion for the club.