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Manchester United up for sale: Top potential buyers who can replace Glazers as owners of Premier League giants, in pics

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image Sir Jim Ratcliffe is Britain's richest man, that was also linked with Chelsea back in March after Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK Government image Technology giants Apple are reportedly eyeing a $7 billion takeover of Premier League club Manchester United, a move that might see the Red Devils become the richest club image David Beckham is open to talks over Manchester United takeover and the England legend could be involved in a consortium to takeover the club image 65-year-old Mukesh Ambani has an estimated net worth of £85bn. Ambani's name also did the rounds among the potential buyers of Liverpool image United could well follow in the footsteps of PSG, Manchester City and Newcastle United by becoming state-run, should the Glazers sell the club image Michael Knighton was heavily tipped to take over United before the premier league era . However, investors in his consortium pulled out and a deal could not be done image Jim O'Neill, the former Goldman Sachs boss said he could consider making a bid if the Glazers lowered their demands of around £5bn image Turkish billionaire Mushin Bayrak reportedly made a bid to buy Chelsea in March. The interest he has in English football could see him reinvigorate his interest in buying Man Utd image Rupert Murdoch might look to redeem his failed bid to purchase United back in 1998 by assuming a majority stake now the Glazers are looking to sell up. Manchester United owners Glazers put club up for sale, here's how much moolah they are likely to get
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