Apple is allegedly not interested in purchasing Manchester United, an English football club.

Apple has stated that it is not interested in buying Manchester United . The tech giant indicated an interest in purchasing the club for GBP 5.8 billion (roughly Rs.

Apple has stated that it is not interested in buying Manchester United, an English football club.According to a previous story published in Daily Star, the tech giant indicated an interest in purchasing the club for GBP 5.8 billion (roughly Rs.30,000).57,300 crores).

The article was published early Thursday, and it was announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook was in negotiations with several banks, including The Raine Group LLC, to oversee the project's new owners, the Glazer family, who want to end their 17-year-long reign that has been marred by fan demonstrations and poor results.MacRumors found that the research was false less than half a day after, and that it was only correct.Although the technology giant has no intention of buying Manchester United, it has been investing in sports content.For the 2022 season, it has signed up to Major League Baseball (MLB) to air weekly matches on Apple TV+.

The Glazers already had a record asking price of GBP8.25 billion (roughly Rs.60,000).You've probably heard that this figure is unrealistic in the current economy of 83,827 crore, but I've been told that it is unrealistic in the past.If the deal went well, it would have been the most expensive in football history, outpacing Todd Boehlys GBP4.25 billion (roughly Rs.

The process is designed to enhance the club's potential development, according to a statement issued by the current Manchester United owners, who said the club would be able to capitalize on opportunities both on the field and commercially by doing so.Manchester United is also planning to renovate its iconic Old Trafford stadium, which will require complete demolition and reconstruction from scratch.According to The Daily Mail, repaving the stadium will cost about GBP 1.5 billion (roughly Rs.6,000).It is the most expensive playing field (14,800 crore), making it the most costly.

500,000).9,900 crore).The announcement comes after Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United under immediate effect, according to a mutual agreement between the two sides.The footballer played for the club for two seasons, scoring 145 goals in 346 games.Ronaldo is playing in the Qatar FIFA World Cup for his country, despite being unemployed at club level.

The point was set in the aftermath of the clubs' participation in the failed European Super League initiative and the subsequent criticism that followed, according to the Daily Star.

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