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United - Buyout Rejected

United - Buyout Rejected

A leading tabloid, one which describes itself as the biggest selling, carries an article that suggests our current owners rejected a buy-out bid last year.

Apparently, a Middle Eastern consortium offered a double-your-money deal to our American owners, something in the region of £1.5 billion (a mind-boggling amount) and were turned down flat.

With the Red Knights pledging to ride to our rescue and apparently set to offer a £1 billion takeover figure, anyone else worried that, if the report in the tabloid is correct, they`re heading for disappointment?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday May 7 2010
Time: 12:06PM

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Could just be spin to get a bigger offer - but could easily be true. A debt free United is a license to print money. If the glazers really believe they can pay the debts off without crippling the club first they'd be stupid to sell.
tuscan3000
07/05/2010 12:15:00
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CHELSEA CHELSEA CHELSEA CHELSEA CHELSEA CHELSEA,,
spu 4 life
07/05/2010 13:05:00
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that would have been really fun for us had we had an oil tycoon* owner.
khoder
07/05/2010 13:17:00
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khoder, try BP, PRETTY SLICK BUNCH
spu 4 life
07/05/2010 14:04:00
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Sounds more like a marketing exercise!
elvido
07/05/2010 16:32:00
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It was a gimmick. Sad one, too.
JT_daniel
09/05/2010 19:43:00
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perhaps we need to pray for a good conclusion to this!
Red Boy
11/05/2010 19:25:00
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