Premier League: Qatar ultimatum to United owners: Latest offer valid until Friday

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani (Qatar 1982) wants to buy Manchester United, but now he’s about to throw in the towel, according to what MARCA has learned. Jasim who held the position President of Qatar Islamic Bankthe country’s second-largest lender, earlier this week made its fifth bid since entering the auction process in February 2023. Various media outlets said the initial bid was 5,000 million euros and has grown in the various offers of the Glazer family.

As with the rest of the offers, it is entirely in cash and will pay off all club debts in full. The problem is that Jassim’s patience is running out because the transfer market is opening up He has conveyed to United’s owners that he needs an answer as quickly as possible to start work on transfers, to which he has made it clear there will be no more offers. After the Friday deadline, Jassim will withdraw from the bidding.

Who is Jassim bin Hammad Al Thani?

Jassim is one of the 15 children of Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, known as HBJ, Prime Minister of Qatar between 2007 and 2013, and has nothing to do with the Emir of Qatar who can be seen with Messi handing over the World Cup, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

Jasim was the representative of his family on the Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Bank once Qatar Investment Authority, The country’s sovereign wealth fund, will enter the bank, and since 2005 he has served as chairman Qatar Islamic Bankthe second largest lender in the country.

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Qatar joining United will not affect Paris Saint-Germain Since they are two different owners and This will not be done through the QSI fund, which PSG has taken over For eleven years now.

and that is One of the Sheikh’s biggest challenges is to prove to UEFA that PSG and United are not one monarchy Since they could not compete in the same competition as the highest European body is going to regulate timeshares clubs in more detail.

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