Manchester United's issue has always been with the owners- the Glazers family and their inability to get the players needed to take the club back to where it belong.
For Chelsea, they've been known for their success in all ramifications. They are known to change their managers when things ain't working well for the club and,this has ironically,bring success to the side.
For Manchester United there have been talks of takeovers from rich personalities in all sector of life,but it never materialize.
The United Kingdom's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe has now come out to reveal why he didn't buy Chelsea or Manchester United.
In his words:
"(Ineos) never wants to be the dumb money in town, never, never." Asked about buying United, he added: "Not at the moment,no. They are in quite a big pickle as a business."
The two clubs,this season are still going in search of Silverwares. Chelsea have the chance to win the English FA Cup while Manchester City have a chance to win the English Premier League and the UEFA champions league.
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