Apple Has No Plans To Acquire Manchester United

Report had earlier broke out, suggesting a possible acquisition of Premier League Club Manchester United by the tech giant Apple.

Now, a person familiar with the matter comes to deny these rumors. Apple has no plans to acquire the club Manchester United at this point. The original report came from the British tabloid “The Daily Star”.

According to it, Apple was planning to spend about $7 billion US dollars to acquire Manchester United.

After these rumors MacRumors contacted multiple people familiar with the matter believing that this report was wrong and untrue.

The Premier League club Manchester United has been majority owned by the Glazer family since 2005. The club announced on Tuesday that its board plans to “explore strategic options”, one of which is to sell the club.

The news came on the same day that Manchester United announced the star player Cristiano Ronaldo was leaving the club.

Despite the “optimistic” report, it seems that Apple has no plans of acquiring the club. Why optimistic? Well, Apple has a lot of money and could easily acquire and invest a lot in the team.

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