One of the most renowned soccer teams in the world is Manchester United. It goes by the nicknames the Red Devils, Man United, Man Utd, and simply United. The team has a number of records.
The Daily Star appears to be the story’s original source. Apple is interested in purchasing Man Utd and making the Red Devils the world’s richest team. EXCLUSIVE Should technology titans Apple successfully complete a spectacular takeover, Manchester United may have substantially more resources available than both Manchester City and Newcastle.
Apple, a titan of technology, is interested in purchasing Manchester United for an astounding £5.8 billion.
The Raine Group is one of the banks selected to supervise the transaction, and CEO Tim Cook is eager to investigate the prospects that are owning United may offer. Cook’s strategy may entail Apple providing funds for the construction of a brand-new, cutting-edge stadium that would be the best in the world.
Apple has never owned a team the size of United, thus this will be their first excursion into the football world. The Raine Group is one of the banks chosen to supervise the sale, but CEO Tim Cook is eager to investigate the potential benefits that were owning United would bring, according to the Daily Star.
The California-based company’s valuation dwarfs rival clubs Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, making United the wealthiest club in the world if the purchase is finalized.
The Glazers have come under heavy fire for the team’s five-year trophy drought as Manchester United supporters have been calling for a change in ownership.