Overnight Qatari Bid Rivals Sir Jim Ratcliffe in £6bn Battle for Manchester United Acquisition

The eagerly-awaited battle for Manchester United’s ownership shows no signs of slowing down as the Qatari group, led by Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani, submitted their bid to rival Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s offer of £5bn. Despite fears that the Glazers will cling on to the club in view of their ambitious asking price, both groups appear confident that they are the only contenders interested in fully purchasing the Premier League giants. Although the club has received various offers for a minority stake, the outcome of the bidding war remains to be seen. Stay tuned for updates.

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