- Conor McGregor has once again indicated his willingness to acquire Premier League club man Utd
- The Glazer Family who owns the club reportedly wants £4billion from potential buyers
- McGregor stated that he wants to invest in a football club as he could do big things
The Irishman with Scottish heritage announced via his verified Twitter handle he is ready to become the new owner of the English club.
This is coming in the wake of protests by fans against the club for their role in the now defunct European Super League.
Supporters of the Red Devils have urged the Glazer family to sell the club to buyers who can cough up around £4billion.
The Red Devils also announced that Chief Executive Ed Woodward will also leave his role at the club by the end of the season.
McGregor who was a boyhood United fan, took to his social media handle to ask fans for their view on his sudden plan to buy the Old Trafford outfit. He said on to 8.7m followers on his Twitter handle:
McGregor, 32, tweeted:
"A conversation came up regarding Celtic first to be honest. To acquire shares from Dermot Desmond."
"I am certainly interested in acquiring a sports team at some stage! Both Celtic and Man United are teams I like for sure.
"But I am open. I feel I could do big things for a club."
And fans of different clubs have taken to the reply section of the post to urge him to invest in their respective club.
"I beg you buy Hull City. We’ve just won the league and we are up for sale and have been for years, a new owner could come in and take us back to the Premier League."
"Buy West Ham."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Man United owners, The Glazers, would reportedly want a huge £4billion in order to sell the Premier League club.
It is understood the Red Devils were heavily involved in the formation of the tournament which was projected to rival UEFA Champions League.
The plot, which saw several other elite clubs including Real Madrid, Juventus, Man City, Chelsea, and Arsenal sign up sparked global outrage, forcing the teams to withdraw from the arrangement.