Qatar, which is rooting in oil money, is the key to “possible acquisition of Tottenham shares”?

 Qatari capital advances to the Premier League. It does not stop at the 100% acquisition of Manchester United. Even with the acquisition of Manchester United, he is still interested in a stake in Tottenham Hotspur.

The British media’Times’ 슬롯사이트said on the 19th (Korean time), “Qatari investors jumped into the acquisition of Manchester United, but they can still bid for Tottenham shares. If Chairman Daniel Levy signals an intention to sell, the offer will be considered.”

Qatari capital invested in Paris Saint-Germain and stepped into European football in earnest. In November of last year, when the Glazer family, the majority shareholder of Manchester United, announced the sale, they entered an official bid and negotiated the acquisition of Manchester United with the goal of “recovering former glory.”

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, chairman of one of Qatar’s largest banks, said in an official statement: “We plan to restore Manchester United to its former glory. Through Sheikh Jassim’s 92 Foundation, we will be completely debt-free. At Manchester United, we will invest in every community – our football team, training centre, stadiums and infrastructure.”

According to local reports, Qatari capital intends to offer an initial £5 billion (approximately 7.8283 trillion won) to acquire Manchester United. The Glazer family is expecting 6 billion pounds (approximately 9.466 trillion won) to 9 billion pounds (13.5699 trillion won), so there is a difference,

Qatari capital is pushing for a 100% acquisition of Manchester United, but Tottenham is also interested. If Tottenham’s high-ranking officials hint at the possibility of selling their shares, they are expected to jump right in.

However, it was recently reported that a consortium of Iranian-American billionaire Jam Najafi offered £3.1 billion (approximately 4.79 trillion won) to take over Tottenham. According to the British public broadcaster ‘BBC’, the owner of Tottenham informed the consortium that he had no intention of selling.

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