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As fans continue to wait, powerful Premier owner gives his verdict on the Glazers

The Glazer family's decision on the sale of the club remains nuclear

By Harry Smith

The Glazer family's decision on the sale of the club remains nuclear
The Glazer family's decision on the sale of the club remains nuclear
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Manchester United has been in a long process since the Glazer family decided to look at the alternative of selling the team in November, already 8 months without a decision on what is going to happen with the club, for that reason many fans are beginning to despair at the situation. 

During this long and tedious process there have only been two candidates who could be the new owners of the club, Sheikh Jassim Al Thani and businessman Sir Jim Ratcliffe, both contenders have already shown their proposals and their intentions for United, even so, the Glazers are still unable to make a decision.

Their slowness has caused former players of the club to speak out and take a stand, players like Patrice Evra, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, among others have already made their point of view known about the Glazers and all three agree that Manchester United has been going through an unfortunate situation with the American family for some time now, as they say that since they were playing the fans wanted to kick the Glazers out, but as United was going through a good footballing moment the discontent did not go to the next level. 

Now the history of the club is totally different, it has been 10 years since they last won a league title, since 2008 they have not won the Champions League and in the Premier League Manchester City have put their hegemony, so now the fans are more desperate for a new change and a new beginning that will allow the club to return to its golden age.

Simon Jordan former Crystal Palace owner spoke about United's situation

Simon Jordan on his talkSPORT programme expressed his shock at how slow the process of taking over the club has been, saying that only the Glazers know the reasons why they are taking so long to make a decision, and that they don't understand what he really wants, as they have two wonderful offers, so they are still not sure they want to sell the club.

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