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Finance experts tell Glazers precisely what will happen in they do not sell Man United

The financial advisors of the Glazer family, who own Manchester United , have cautioned them about the potential negative response from fans if they decide to change their stance and remain in control of the club.

The Glazer family is reportedly looking into selling the team.

The two leading candidates to take over ownership of Manchester United are Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani.

In the second round of the bidding process, they are expected to have conversations with senior United executives.

There have been rumors about the Glazers perhaps continuing to own Manchester United during the takeover saga.

The Glazers' potential lack of genuine enthusiasm in selling the club and exiting the English football scene has alarmed potential buyers.

In addition, rumors of internal strife among the Glazer siblings have surfaced, which may make the prospect of selling the team much more challenging.

According to recent sources, Joel and Avram Glazer are unwilling to give up control of the club, despite the fact that four members of the Glazer family are in favor of selling Manchester United. The franchise has been owned by the Glazers since 2005.

But, financial advisers from Rothschild have cautioned the Glazers against holding onto control of Manchester United, warning that failing to complete the sale could have detrimental effects on the family.

"Remember that Rothschild advisors just explained to the Glazers the anticipated impact of them staying at the club. The potential for fan backlash has also been taken into account.

The Glazer family is fully aware that Manchester United supporters want the team completely sold, according to Ben Jacobs' article.

The Glazer family's ownership of the team has been a source of long-standing anger among the fans, and the family is aware that selling just a fraction of the team or maintaining only a limited amount of influence would not appease them.

"Avram Glazer was not overly surprised by the cries and banners at the League Cup Final, but insiders indicate he thought it was vital to go.

The fan base wants a full sale, and Avram Glazer is fully aware of this.

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