Read Up “Sir Jim Ratcliffe maintains his Manchester United takeover bid.” His business INEOS’s attempt to purchase the Premier League heavyweights has been questioned in light of competing interest from a Qatari group led by Sheikh Jassim.

The Red Devils are still available for sale, though, according to British billionaire Ratcliffe, who claims that INEOS is still “in the process.”

At a recent Knightsbridge book launch, he stated, “We still very much would like to do it.” We are still in the process, and there is still a procedure.

“We have a solid proposal. Although we have had some pleasant conversations with the Glazers during our meetings with them, ultimately it is their choice.

“We still want to do it very much. We would likely accomplish our goals and do it well, in my opinion. We never lose sight of it.

“Manchester United and these kinds of clubs are no longer produced. It’s similar to how remarkable things in those kinds of fields appreciate in value over time since they are so unique and uncommon.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe Maintains His Manchester United Takeover Bid
Sir Jim Ratcliffe Maintains His Manchester United Takeover Bid

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Is this why Arne Slot turned down Tottenham for Feyenoord?

When Spurs were looking for their next manager a few months ago, the Dutch manager was one of their top targets.

When it seemed as though a deal had been reached and the Eredivisie champion was about to be hired by Tottenham, he quickly signed a new, lucrative contract to remain with Feyenoord.

The mystery of why Slot decided to stay at the Dutch club persisted for a while after Spurs moved on and hired Ange Postecoglou.

Maybe this explains it.

At Slot’s request, images of a new padel court at Feyenoord’s practice facility have surfaced.

According to reports in the Dutch media, Slot pushed club CEO Dennis te Kloese to construct one because he wanted a space for himself and his players to unwind after practice. Slot is a huge fan of the game, as are Jurgen Klopp and Simon Jordan.

According to reports, the boss promised the manager that he would construct one if Feyenoord won the Dutch championship, which they promptly accomplished last year.

It appears that the new padel court opened today…

Arne Slot rules himself out of Tottenham job and intends to stay at Feyenoord | talkSPORT