The Glazers family would reportedly be willing to sell Manchester United for around £3.75 billion.
According to Mike Keegan (Daily Mail), the American owners have set a price tag for the sale of United.
The relatively low amount could tempt Dubai to make an offer.
The report states: “The purchase of Man United is well within the range of a sovereign wealth fund such as Dubai, which is yet to follow Abu Dhabi (Man City) and Saudi Arabia (Newcastle) in adding a top-flight club to its portfolio.”
“The Emirate is rumoured to be a contender.”
Other buyers would also be tempted to invest at such a great price.
It would benefit the club, as the new owner could use his remaining resources in other valuable areas like the redevelopment of Old Trafford.
Man United are a cash cow for the Glazers, who have never put in a single penny of their own money into the club.
The team’s downfall on the pitch has been a direct result of a lack of structure.
The recent takeover news saw the owners panic and splurge over £100 million in the last two weeks of the transfer window.
While Casemiro and Antony are brilliant signings, it yet again shows a lack of planning from United.
Fans will be hoping that a new owner would be willing to invest his time and money in hiring the best in class in all departments.
The relentless Glazer Our protests will eventually cause a reaction, and we hope the owners will listen and sell the club.