Potential buyers would prefer Man United over Liverpool
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Manchester United and Liverpool have both been put up for sale.

Both the clubs have decided to put themselves on the market last week and invite offers from potential parties.

Liverpool have retained Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to assist with the sale whereas Man United owners The Glazers wishes to end their 17-year ownership of the club.

Despite both clubs being the biggest in English football, Gary Neville believes Man United will attract more parties than Liverpool.

“I don’t want to be disrespectful to Liverpool at all because they’re a massive football club,” Neville told an interview with Sky Sports. “When you look at the height of English football when it comes to viewing figures, fans, and commercial revenues – it’s Manchester United and Liverpool at the very top.

“Forget the fact that Manchester City at this moment in time create a higher revenue. Naturally through traditional means, Manchester United and Liverpool are the two biggest clubs in the country by a mile.”

Neville continued: “Manchester United will be more sought after and will fetch a higher price than Liverpool. Unless Liverpool have got something sorted, I think they’re going to have to wait a little bit because I think the buyers will go to Manchester United first.

“But I think if you were looking at both, as an asset side by side, you’d choose Manchester United and that’s not me being biased as a Manchester United fan.”

 

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