There is football played on the pitch, that of the World Cup which is putting on a show in Qatar, and that which branches out into the offices of the big European teams during this break at the end of November. It was mainly the Manchester Unitedwhich after the controversial departure of Cristiano Ronaldo could now be bought by Amazon o Meta.
The sensational indiscretion comes directly from the British media, following the announcement of the company’s CDA which has opened the doors to a probable sale of the club. “Let’s explore strategic alternatives for the team”, were the exact words of the leaders of the Red Devils.
Amazon and Meta ready to make offers for Manchester United
The two tech giants would therefore be ready to take over the club currently owned by Avram e Joel Glazerwho bought it in 2005 for ben £1.16 billion. Now it could be worth much more though, as The Independent reports, which rates it at at least £5 billion.
The announcement of the possible sale of the company bounced on the British media, where football is lived with a tad bit of passion. The list of possible buyers is vast, and Amazon and Meta are certainly the most prominent companies. In addition to the two big-tech companies, the third possible name is that of Jim Ratcliffe, magnate of Ineos, a chemical company. Ratcliffe is considered the richest man in the United Kingdom, which means that he would have all the credentials (and accounts) in order to compete with the two multinationals.