The Glazers have reportedly set a fresh deadline for third Manchester United takeover bids, MySportDab reports.
They are unmoved by the second bids submitted for Manchester United takeover by prospective new owners.
The two leading buyers for the club – Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al-Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe were unable to meet the Glazers £6bn valuation of the club.
After submitting their second bids after the presentations at Old Trafford, there were palpable fears as to the decision of the Glazers.
Sheikh Al-Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe were treated to an ominous silence by the Glazers without feedbacks sparking speculations whether they are interested on the sale of the club.
Now, sources close to the Old Traffic club have confirmed the Glazers are interested on full sale of the club but want a better offers that will meet their valuation of the club.
The American investors have reportedly issued a new deadline for a third takover offers to be submitted by interested parties.
Daily Mail reports two deadline have been set by the Glazers – one for due diligence to expedite the takeover process and the other for third and final offers to be submitted.
The due diligence deadline has been fixed for middle of next week while the deadline for third bids has been fixed for April 28.
The report adds the Glazers are fully interested in full sale of the club but must receive tangible offers that meets their valuation of the club.
The prospective new owners are however afraid the dragging takeover process any not give them enough time to take control of summer transfer plans for the club.