Mystery man arrives at Man Utd's training complex in chauffeur-driven car days before Glazers set deadline for bids | The Sun

A MYSTERY man has been spotted arriving at Manchester United's training ground in a chauffer-driven car.

Snaps show the unknown gentleman appearing just days before the deadline for bids for the club close.

The Glazers put the club up for sale last year and several potential bidders are believed to be interested.

New pictures have emerged showing a man at the back of a chauffer-driven grey car arriving at Carrington today.

The vehicle had curtains in the window and a dark-suited man clutching a water bottle visible in the back.

His appearance may spark speculation about the takeover process with fans desperate to learn the identity of their new owners.


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Deadline for bids closes this Friday.

It is unclear at this stage if the mystery man is linked to the takeover but supporters will be wondering about who he is

As many as five serious contenders are believed to be in the race to buy one of football's biggest clubs.

US merchant bankers Raine are overseeing the sale and are monitoring offers for the club.

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Boyhood Man Utd fan and British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe was joined in the race by a Qatari bid earlier this week.

Ratcliffe, 70, has reportedly recruited Wall Street giants JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs to assist in his offer.

And the Emir of Qatar is also reported as being ready to launch a huge bid for the club.

A number of potential Saudi Arabian buyers have also reportedly expressed their interest.

The Glazer family are believed to be looking to receive around £6bn for the 20-time English champions.

But a fee of between £4.1bn-£4.5bn has been deemed more feasible.

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