MANCHESTER UNITED owner Avram Glazer is reportedly set to be at Wembley for Sunday's Carabao Cup final against Newcastle.
The Glazer family are going through the process of selling the club as bidders state an interest in purchasing the Premier League giants.
American Avram, 62, has only been at Man Utd matches on a handful of occasions in recent times.
He was last in attendance for Erik ten Hag's first game in charge as they lost 2-1 at home to Brighton back in August.
But he is set to fly over to England in a bid to see United claim their first silverware in nearly six years.
The potential of a wholesale takeover from the likes of Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani or Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to add to the gravity of Avram's Wembley visit.
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However, there is also still the possibility of the Glazers deciding against selling the club.
This comes following reports that Avram remains "emotionally invested" in the project.
That is despite frequent protests from the supporters, including on Thursday evening during their 2-1 win over Barcelona.
Chants of "We want Glazers out" and "Stand up if you hate Glazers" could be heard inside Old Trafford.
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United have won five Premier League titles, one Champions League, one Europa League, one FA Cup and four League Cups under the Glazers.
But they have not lifted any trophies since Jose Mourinho guided them to a Europa League triumph in 2017.
Along with the Carabao Cup final, United are also into the fifth round of the FA Cup and last-16 of the Europa League.
They are also in with an outside chance of winning the Premier League title as they sit just five points behind table toppers Arsenal.
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