Man Utd LIVE transfer news: Glazers ‘in talks to sell STAKE’ Pulisic loan offer, Elon Musk takeover shock, Ronaldo updates

MANCHESTER UNITED owners the Glazer family are reportedly open to selling a minority stake in the club.

Fans of the club, as well as former players like Gary Neville, have been vocal in demanding that they sell.

It was claimed that “preliminary talks” were being held on the possible sale of some shares to a new investor.

Elon Musk has tweeted elsewhere that he will take over Manchester United.

But the American billionaire – worth £218billion – later clarified he was only joking and not interested in taking over a sports team.

United reportedly expect to sign Barcelona ace Frenkie de Jong with an ‘irrefutable’ offer.

Manchester United will also be in contention against Chelsea for the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, SunSport are able to reveal.

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