The current Manchester United hierarchy hopes to sell the club and transfer it before the summer.
This will allow the new owners to come and adequately plan the summer transfer window, as well as cope with the extension of contracts.
It has been repeatedly indicated that the Glazers will begin accepting bids for the purchase of United in mid-February.
Jim Ratcliffe, through his representative, recently announced his intention to buy the club, which he has supported since childhood.
Billionaire Ineos has confirmed that he will bid for United, and interest from other players is expected.
It is known that the 71-year-old petrochemical magnate held talks with the Glazer family a few hours before his public statement.
United has also opened its “data room” to potential bidders — an exercise that will allow them to access vital information as potential bidders prepare to express their interest in the Raine Group.
According to Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the pressure remains as the Glazers seek to leave quickly so as not to pay the bill for United’s summer expenses.
Earlier this month, Romano reported that the current board members promised Eric Ten Hag a lot of funds in the summer to strengthen his team.
However, it is unclear how this promise will be fulfilled if there is a changing of the guard at Old Trafford.
Romano told GiveMeSport: “It is very important that all board members and staff hope that everything can be completed before the summer.”
“This is done in order to prepare for the summer transfer window and possibly help with the extension of the contract.”