Old Trafford be demolished if Qatari investors acquire Manchester United.
If Qatari investors purchase Manchester United soon, they might demolish Old Trafford and build a new stadium.
The Glazers revealed last year that they were thinking about selling the team. After almost 20 years in charge, the Glazers are looking for outside investment.
Fans, who have frequently demonstrated against them over the years and even succeeded in having a game postponed in 2021, are excited about the prospect.
In addition, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, a lifelong supporter of United who attended the 1999 Champions League final, has previously put his name in the running to purchase the team.
On Wednesday, everyone knew that investors from Qatar is considering purchasing the club. However, the extraordinary £6 billion valuation provided by the the Qatari investors might surpass Glazer in value.
Owning both United and PSG and pitting them against one another in the same European league could present a problem for Qatar Sports Investment.
If they are able to avoid that, United, who hasn’t won the league in almost ten years, may receive a sizable investment.
The Qatari Investors
The Daily Mail reported that more than £2 billion would be included in that infusion of cash to “redevelop Old Trafford, or knock down the iconic venue and build a new state-of-the-art facility,”
Considering the sum of money spent on transfers, rival supporters have frequently mocked United supporters for their protests against the Glazers.
However, the state of the club’s the training facilities at Carrington and Old Trafford are frequently disregarded.
Their competitors have surpassed them as a result of their inability to improve the stadium. Like Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, who have more modern stadiums, as well as Manchester City and Liverpool, who have recently received upgrades.
Certain areas of the stadium are challenging to expand or improve due to the nearby train track. Gary Neville, however, made it known that he would be in support of the club demolishing the building.