Inter, Manchester United and Arsenal, the first to look for alternatives to the Super League

The disbandment of eight of the twelve founding teams of the Super league after the fierce criticism it received, both from fans and from UEFA Y FIFA, which was to be the new great project of European football, has caused several of these clubs to start looking for alternatives to remedy their delicate financial situation caused by the pandemic once the welcome bonus of between 200 and 300 million euros has disappeared that they were going to receive for being part of said competition.

Inter
from
Milan, Manchester
United Y Arsenal, that like Manchester
City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Y Athletic
from
Madrid they defected from the Super league A few hours after its creation, they have been the first to seek urgent measures.

The ‘neroazzurri’ club, prominent leader of the Serie
TO, he would not have been able to regularly pay his players salary during the last months and in January the ‘Run
dello
Sport‘speculated about a problem with the transfer of Achraf
Hakimi coming from Real
Madrid, by which the white team would have given an ultimatum for the first of the payments for the Moroccan lane to be paid. Information that was denied by himself Real
Madrid.

150 million injection

Be that as it may, the reality is that the Inter has been quick to seek alternatives to Super league and is in conversations with Oaktree
Capital
Group for the North American venture capital company specialized in alternative investment strategies to become a minority shareholder of the Italian squad, injecting it with 150 million euros, according to ‘Bloomberg‘.

They rate United at 4,600 ‘kilos’

For its part, the family Glazer, owner of Manchester
United, would have valued the Old Trafford club at an amount close to 4.6 billion euros, according to the British tabloid ‘Irish
Mirror‘.

Ed
Woodward, president of the United, left his post last week after the failure to which the new Super league, although the ‘red devils’ transmitted that their goodbye was planned for the end of 2021 and that their separation had nothing to do with this new format.

Finally, the founder of the music platform Spotify, Daniel
Ek, was positioned last Friday to buy the Arsenal after the fiasco of the Super league: “I have supported Arsenal for as long as I can remember. If Kroenke Sport Enterprises wanted to sell, I would be happy to join their ranks, ”he wrote. Ek, which would have received the support of various ‘Gunner’ legends such as Thierry
Henry, Dennis
Bergkamp or Patrick
Scallop to buy the club.

Kroenke does not want to sell

In principle, and unlike what happens in Inter or Manchester
United, Stan
Kroenke, majority shareholder of The
Angels
Rams (NFL), Colorado
Rapids (MLS) or Denver
Nuggets (NBA) has no intention of selling the London club.

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