Manchester United legend David Beckham has finally spoken up of the Glazers handling of Manchester United’s takeover, MySportDab reports.
According to the football investor, the Glazers have gone beyond bounds in their handing of Manchester United takeover process.
Speaking with the Athletic, the Inter Miami owner said there has to be a decision soon on Manchester United takeover.
Beckham also blast the Glazers handling of Manchester United as he compared the team to the progress made by Manchester United rivals, Manchester City, in recent years, saying there has to be improvements in various aspects of the team.
He also added the Glazers have lost Manchester United fanbase and as such they have to go because the fans are the backbone of the team and if they are not there, success is impossible.
”Off the field, as a fan and ex-player, I just want it resolved. There has to be a decision (regarding the ownership),’ he said.
”Whoever is running your club, you want them to be passionate, be involved, make the right decisions, bring in the right players and invest in the club. Because the club does need investment, whether it’s the training facility, stadium, on the field… these kinds of big things need to be made and changes do need to happen, especially when you see the likes of Man City and what they’re doing.’
”The fans want something to be done and they have to be listened to because one needs then to succeed.”
MySportDab understand the Glazers have continue to drag Manchester United takeover since they put up the club for sale in November last year.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim are the two frontline bidders trying to take over the club but it appears the Glazers are not ready to!leave the saddle.
Sources close to the American investors have revealed they are not ready to part ways with Manchester United until they receive their £6bn asking price from potential buyers.
As things stand, it is obvious the Glazers may likely maintain their ownership of the club as next season begins – a move that is not sitting well with United fanbase who want them to sell out and leave the club for a new owner.