Gary Neville has renewed his call for the Glazer family to sell Manchester United after Premier League rivals Liverpool were reportedly put up for sale. Claims made on Monday suggest that Fenway Sports Group are prepared to listen to the offers for the Reds, prompting Neville to insist that the Glazers do the same with United.
Neville believes it makes ‘complete sense’ for FSG to want to sell Liverpool. There is a sense that the Reds cannot compete financially with Premier League title rivals Manchester City.
And the former right-back says some members of the Glazer family might be having similar thoughts to FSG. However, he insists they are being urged to remain in charge of United by other members of the family.
“I said five months ago that the Manchester United owners have to sell the club because they need the cash to redevelop the training ground and stadium like what Liverpool are doing. But Chelsea’s valuation of £4.25bn will only last for 12-18 months before people realise that the club aren’t making any profit,” Neville said on Sky Sports’ The Overlap.
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