Neville fires back at Carragher’s comment on Man Utd’s ownership

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Former United defender Gary Neville criticised his former rival Jamie Carragher for his comment on improving Manchester United’s ownership structure.

As per reports, Qatari Banker Sheikh Jassim have withdrawn his bid from the race to sign Manchester United. However, British Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe set to purchase 25% share of the club.

On Sunday morning, Neville stated on X that there are six negotiables on a takeover of Manchester United. He also listed 16 questions he felt United supporters would want answering before the minority investment takes place.

Jamie Carragher had a laugh on Neville’s comment as he was quick to make the mockery of the post. The Former Liverpool man is quite amused by Neville’s “non negotiable” comment.

However, Neville didn’t take it softly and offering a reply within minutes in the social media. He posted :-

‘You can use it (the post) when you’re trying to kick your owners out in a few years’ and followed with a thumbs up emoji.”

Meanwhile in his original post, Neville said :-

“How does a minority stakeholder positively impact the club to achieve the [issues listed] above? Can a minority shareholder have any impact on the above. It leaves more questions than answers.

“My preference is and always will be now for a Glazer family full exit. They have overstayed their welcome in Manchester yet seem oblivious to this fact.”

In recent, United Supporters have been protesting against Glazer ownership. However, it will be interesting to see their response after weekends clash against Sheffield United.

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