The British media highlighted Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thana, the chairman.
A number of media,카지노 including the British ‘BBC’, revealed that Sheikh Jassim, chairman of Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB), one of the largest banks in Qatar, had officially submitted a bid to take over Manchester United. It was made on the last day of the deadline and is the second official proposal after British businessman Jim Ratcliffe.
The Qatari consortium said: “Man United will regain its former reputation. We plan to make investments to become the world’s best soccer club. The club, training ground and home stadium will expand its reach to Old Trafford and the fan community.”
“Through this bid, we are trying to acquire 100% of the club. It will also be debt-free as it will be conducted through Sheikh Jassim’s Nine Two Foundation. Details of the tender will be disclosed at an appropriate time once the bidding process is underway.” It was confirmed that an amount of up to 5 billion pounds (approximately 7.8 trillion won) was proposed for 100% of the shares.
Britain’s ‘Manchester Evening News’ focused on Sheikh Jashim. QIB, chaired by Sheikh Jassim, is now headquartered worldwide, including in the UK. Sheikh Jassim’s father, Hamid bin Jassim bin Jabar Al Thani, served as Prime Minister of Qatar from 2007 to 2013.
Sheikh Jasim was educated at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, England and graduated as a cadet. Previously, he was a member of the board of directors of the Swiss financial institution Crete Suisse AG. He is said to have been a fan of Manchester United, especially since he was a child.
Both Shake Jassim and another investor, Ratcliffe, have one thing in common: they have been former Manchester United fans. Either way, if the acquisition proceeds, active investment can be made.