Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is still very interested in buying Manchester United from the Glazers, MySportDab reports.
There are ongoing reports linking him with buying Mike Ashley’s Newcastle before the end of this season.
Bin Salman made serious attempts to buy Manchester United 18 months ago but was rejected by the club’s Glazers owners.
Now, According to The Sunday Mirror, His business Empire remains interested to seal an Old Trafford takeover.
Bin Salman previously offered £3.5billion for the Red Devils, which would have given United’s current owners the Glazers a huge profit.
The Glazers bought United for just £790 million back in May 2005, and their reign has brought controversy ever since.
Continued refusal from the Americans to sell Manchester United has led to Bin Salman being linked with a takeover of Newcastle United.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has made no secret of his willingness to sell the club, but remains fixed on his price demand and won’t reduce it.
Ashley wants £340million to sell the club and is still to receive a firm offer from any serious buyer.
MySportDab understands that any potential Saudi takeover could be blocked by the Premier League amid allegations that their government are responsible for the commercial theft of the League’s international television rights.
The English Premier league in 2019 accused Saudi Arabia of being involved in ‘theongoing theft of our intellectual property’ by refusing legal action against pirate broadcaster beoutQ.
BeoutQ are broadcasting matches illegally using the state-owned Arab Satellite Communications Organisation (ArabSat) all over Africa and the Middle East.
It’s understood that Bin Salman still wants to be involved in the England Premier League as part of his involvement in world sport but still prefers Manchester United Over Newcastle United.