Manchester United Takeover Odds: Bookmakers say there's a 69% CHANCE that the Glazers sell the club in 2023 after announcing club is up for sale on Tuesday!

Manchester United Takeover Odds: Bookmakers say there's a 69% CHANCE that the Glazers sell the club in 2023 after announcing club is up for sale on Tuesday!
  • Latest odds say that there's a 69% chance Man United are sold in 2023 after Glazers announced intentions to sell club
  • Elon Musk has flirted with buying Man United and is 9/2 to buy a Premier League side next
  • Latest Manchester United ownership odds from OLBG

Latest odds say that there's a 69% chance Man United are sold in 2023 after Glazers announced intentions to sell club

Tuesday was a whirlwind day for Manchester United with the announcement that Cristiano Ronaldo had left the club and their owners were "on a process to explore strategic options".

Bookies say there is a 69% chance that the club is sold at some point in 2023 and it looks increasingly likely following the Glazers statement on Tuesday evening.

Smarkets give odds of 4/9 that 2023 is the year that a takeover happens at Old Trafford with 3/1 given that it doesn't happen until 2024 or later.

When will Manchester United's takeover happen? Odds Probability
2022 5/1 16.7%
2023 4/9 69.2%
2024 or later 3/1 33.3%

There have been a few reports that have suggested that the Glazers are after a quick sale of the club but 2022 will seemingly be too soon for such a large takeover.

The figures that have been in circulation value the club at around £5 billion and would be the second Premier League club to be sold after Chelsea this season.

After Manchester United's statement last night announced that the Glazer family were working on a process to explore strategic options going forward, bookies now give a 69% chance that a takeover happens of the club in 2023.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Elon Musk has flirted with buying Man United and is 9/2 to buy a Premier League side next

It’s 9/2 that Elon Musk buys a Premier League club as his next investment choice and it’s something that he has flirted with in the past on Twitter.

Back in August this year, Musk tweeted that he was buying Manchester United but since stated that he was just joking. 

After one Twitter user asked if he was being serious Musk tweeted it was a long running joke and that he wouldn’t be buying any sports clubs.


Latest Manchester United ownership odds from OLBG

Who will buy Manchester United? (outright sale or consortium leader)*

  • Sir Jim Ratcliffe 8/1
  • Nick Candy 9/1
  • Elon Musk 10/1
  • David Beckham 16/1
  • Mark Zuckerberg 20/1
  • Cristiano Ronaldo 25/1
  • Mike Ashley 25/1
  • Jeff Bezos 33/1
  • Conor McGregor 33/1
  • David Beckham 40/1
  • Bill Gates 40/1
  • Usain Bolt 50/1
  • Floyd Mayweather 66/1
  • Donald Trump 100/1
  • Boris Johnson 500/1

*novelty odds for editorial reference from this piece and aren't available for real money betting.

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