A Qatari consortium has bid for Manchester United.
Mohammed Saeed Alkaabi exclusively revealed a bid was incoming for Manchester United. Today this bid has been confirmed.
A consortium led by Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, chairman of Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB), announced on Friday that it had submitted for Manchester United.
According to Mohammed Saeed Alkaabi, a Qatari journalist who we have spoken exclusively to us for more details on the story during the week, the reason that QSI has pulled out of the Liverpool deal is because they do not want a minority stake in the club.
Of course, Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) have also been linked to buying the club.
In conversation with us, Mohammed Saeed Alkaabi has informed us that QSI ‘want Liverpool’ but they do not want a 49% stake.
The Qatari journalist has confirmed the bid for Manchester United is 5BN.
He has stated that the Qatari offer for Manchester United is for 100% of the club.
The bid offered is about 5 billion
— محمد الكعبي (@Qatari) February 17, 2023