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Saudi Arabia says it wants its investors to take on Manchester United and Liverpool – and hopes Cristiano Ronaldo will come to play for its local club.

Sports Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal revealed the country’s latest sports intentions in an interview with Heavenly News – with the huge amount of money that Newcastle has received and is funding a breakaway golf course.

It was United’s acquisition – after the Glazers announced plans for a sale – and Ronaldo’s interest was Prince Abdulaziz.

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Melissa Reddy revealed the news that Manchester United and Liverpool are considering new investment and the possibility of an outright purchase, at the same time.

He wants Ronaldo to sign for a Saudi Pro League club after the World Cup, with the 37-year-old a free agent after leaving this week from United.

“Who wouldn’t want him to play on their team?” Prince Abdulaziz said Heavenly News. “He is a role model for many young players – him and Messi.”

Sky Sports News Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal are reportedly looking for a deal to sign Ronaldo.

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Sky Sports News’ Melissa Reddy and Kaveh Solhekol report on Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United and discuss his next move.

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The experience will see the Saudi league featuring Ronaldo and Messi, who are registered at Paris Saint-Germain but signed to promote in Saudi Arabia.

“It has benefited a lot in terms of tourism for the government,” said Prince Abdulaziz. “If they can, I want to see them both play in the Saudi league.”

Newcastle was bought by the Saudis last year through the Public Investment Fund, which the Premier League says is not controlled by the government despite being headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Currently there are two Premier League teams on the market – Liverpool and United – and the sports minister – or both – wants to fall under Saudi control.

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Mark Kleinman, editor of Sky News City, explains why the Glazer family is looking for financial options that could include an outright purchase of Manchester United.

“I hope, if there are investors and the numbers increase, it will be a good business,” he said. “Then the private sector can come in, or companies can come in, from the government.”

He added: “The Premier League is the best league in the world. Everyone is watching the Premier League. It is the most watched league and these teams have the hardest players in the world. . So it’s a win-win for everyone.”

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“I can say that we have a strong league. It is not one of the strongest in Asia. You know, we are building a future. And we know what the future looks like. .”

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Business adviser Ben Peppi explains why the Glazers are looking at the possibility of selling Manchester United

He continued: “And you know, I heard about these ideas in the news like everyone else. We have Messi as an ambassador for tourism in the country with the business of tourism – and it has benefited greatly.

“In terms of tourism for the government, if they can, I would like to see both of them play in the Saudi league, and, you know, if the top players come to the Saudi league and play strengthen the programs we. are doing.”

Avram Glazer is against selling Man Utd and Ronaldo

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In a Sky News exclusive, Manchester United club owner Avram Glazer spoke near his home in West Palm Beach, Florida, and said they were looking for ‘options’ for the club and responded also criticized by Cristiano Ronaldo

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Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer has said for the first time since announcing that the club could be sold.

Heavenly News He followed him near his home in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he was asked why now was the right time to sell the company.

He said: “As we announced yesterday, the board went through a process and decided to look at different planning options – and that’s what we’re doing.”

He repeated the answer when asked why the club was not sold earlier and added: “We will see where it leads us.”

The Glazers’ anger was expressed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s comments in his latest interview and Ronaldo this week left United by mutual consent.

But Avram Glazer refused to be drawn to the claim of the prosecutor – said by many people – that his family does not care about the club.

He told Sky News: “Well, I’ll tell you about Cristiano Ronaldo – he’s a great Manchester United player, I respect everything he’s done for the club and I like him. best of luck in the future.”


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