Thursday, January 14

United in the news

Italians go Fior Utd flop Ljajic (The Sun)

FIORENTINA are close to signing Serbian wonderkid Adem Ljajic after he was dumped by Manchester United.

United finance shock: Have Glazers put Red Devils on the road to meltdown? (Ian Ladyman, Daily Mail)

Fears of financial meltdown have stalked the dreams of supporters since the Glazer family took their club into private ownership in 2005.

United bond issue faces stiff competition for investor cash (Owen Gibson, The Guardian)

Attempts by Manchester United's owners to refinance the club's £500m debt could be hampered by a glut of similar high-yield bond offerings.

Glazers have fallen into trap set for Abramovich (Sam Wallace, The Independent)

In the days before the Glazers finally took control of Manchester United in 2005, it was not debt that was the problem at Old Trafford – it was how to spend the money. More.

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