It is reported that Crystal Palace shareholders Josh Harris and David Blitzer plan to apply for the purchase of a minority stake in Manchester United.
This will allow the Glazers to stay at Old Trafford.
Harris Blitzer Sport Entertainment owns the NHL team, the New Jersey Devils and the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA.
According to The Daily Mail, Harris and Blitzer are said to want a piece of Manchester United after missing out on Chelsea because of Todd Pain.
United fans are desperate for a change of ownership and will be disappointed if this deal goes through.
The Glazers have bled the club dry since coming to power in 2005.
Over the past decade, their reckless and inept actions have left United behind their rivals, including Manchester City and Liverpool.
Under the leadership of Eric ten Hag, Manchester United seems to be back on the right track.
The change of ownership will give a huge boost to fans and players.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe has stated through his intermediaries that he is interested in buying United.
According to The Telegraph, parties from the Middle East are expected to join the bidding table in the near future.
The next few weeks will be crucial in determining United’s future.