GLAZER VOWS MAN UTD WILL SPLASH OUT
Manchester United owner Joel Glazer has promised supporters Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be backed in the transfer window.
The 50-year-old made his first Fan’s Forum appearance in 15 years on Friday where he outlined his vision for the future of the Red Devils.
United supporters have longed for Glazer and his family to sell their stake in the club, and their anger towards the American’s reached boiling point over their intentions to join the European Super League.
Furious supporters stormed inside Old Trafford in protest against the Glazers last month, which forced the clash against Liverpool to be rescheduled.
And in an attempt to appease the United fanbase, Joel Glazer has vowed to splash the cash in the summer, as well as creating a Fan Advisory Board and a Fan Share Scheme.
He said: “Our goal is to win every competition we compete in, and we will continue to invest in our Academy and in the transfer market to support the manager in an effort to meet the club’s goals.
“As a club we have devoted a lot of time and resources over the last several years updating and further developing our vast global scouting network to adapt to the modern football environment.
“This is a project that should provide a foundation for long-term success in the years to come.
“In addition, as you all know, we have also been focused on growing and developing our women’s team in line with the traditions and values of the club, and we are committed to continuing that process.”