The Glazers have no plans to sell Manchester United, with the owners long-term vision being to grow the club’s value from its current £3.05bn to $10bn (£7bn).
The future of United under the American family is the focus of renewed scrutiny after Sunday’s protest against their ownership which caused the match with Liverpool to be postponed after some individuals entered Old Trafford.
The Glazers’ joining of the now defunct European Super League last month heightened unrest at their 16-year proprietorship but they remain committed to the club and have a belief its current valuation can be doubled at least.
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