The manager of Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag has reacted to the decision of the Glazers family to sell to the club.
Ten Hag said, it seems to be a good decision as far as he is concerned, it will give the club more weight whenever there is a transfer window. The news of the club’s decision to sell the club was announced on the official website of the Red Devils just days after the termination of Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract.
“My information is that it will only be good things, because there will be more investment possible, which is good. I look at the competition around the Premier League. They all have the opportunity to invest. It’s a tough competition between seven or eight clubs. That’s a change in circumstance when you compare with five or 10 years ago. The competition is much tougher. Newcastle are coming. Even West Ham, maybe not now in the table, but they have huge investment. Spurs definitely, and then City, Chelsea and Liverpool, I don’t need to talk about them. Seven or eight clubs can compete in the league. Even at the bottom, I don’t see weak teams. They’re all strong. There’s no easy games. [Chief executive Richard Arnold] said [the owners] are open and transparent. We spoke about the culture we want. We spoke about objectives, goals and the culture, and he confirmed it won’t change, that it will be even better because more money will become available for this project.”
There have not been any potential buyers that have shown interest in the buying of the club.