The world’s richest man Elon Musk has given his final verdict on a potential Manchester United.
Red Devils have been struggling to hit height since Sir Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford on 8 May 2013 with his final game is 5–5 scored against West Bromwich Albion with Romelu Lukaku scored hat-trick, later a Manchester United player, denying Scottish coach a final victory.
Manchester United is currently owned by the Glazer family was founded in 1878 but later known to its present name in 1902 as the Old Trafford outfit have won 20 Premier League League titles, three UEFA Champions League, 12 FA Cups, and several other domestic and continental honors.
Manchester United are unarguably the most successful club in England but presently a shadow of their glorious past.
United supporters’ discontent with the Glazer family’s ownership has reached new heights in recent times, with the Red Devils enduring another disappointing transfer window after unable to secure the signature of Frenkie de Jong who been linked with a switch to Old Trafford for three months now.
The club fan based have seen two recently linked players of former West Ham bad boy Marko Arnautovic and French midfielder Adrien Rabiot with supporters are unhappy with the idea of bring the pair to Premier League from Serie A.
The South African billionaire has admitted to being a Manchester United fan in his youth got the club supporters buzzing after a shared a tweet.
SpaceX founder and CEO Tesla Musk has clarified his position with a tweet he sent to his followers on social media after when asked by a user if he was being serious about purchasing Manchester United.
Manchester United have started the 2021-22 Premier League season in abysmall fashion after a 2-1 loss to Brighton at Old Trafford and losing 4-0 huge defeat to Brentford in their opening two englidh topflight as Red Devils welcomes arc-rival Liverpool in the matchday three on Monday night.