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Saudi Arabia wants its investors to own Manchester United and Liverpool

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Saudi Arabia says it wants its investors to take over Manchester United and Liverpool – and hopes Cristiano Ronaldo comes to play in its domestic league.
Published 2 months ago · Manchester, United Kingdom

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Saudi state would 'support' Man Utd & Liverpool bids

Saudi Arabia's sports minister says its government would "definitely support" private sector Saudi bids for Manchester United and Liverpool.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Saudi Arabia Would Back Bids for Manchester United, Liverpool: Sports Minister

Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal even said the Gulf state could be a new home for clubless superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

2 months ago·India
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Saudi govt would support any Saudi bid for Manchester United, Liverpool - sports minister

Saudi Arabia's sports minister said his country's government would support any Saudi private sector bids to buy Premier League sides Manchester United and Liverpool. Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, are considering selling the club as they consider "strategic alternatives". "It's the most-watched league in Saudi and the region, and you have a lot of fans of the Premier

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Saudi government would back private bids for Manchester United or Liverpool

The country’s sports minister talked of the strong interest in English clubs while Saudi Arabia may also place a bid to host the World Cup

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Saudi Arabia would back bids for Manchester United, Liverpool - sports minister

Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal says the Gulf state could be a new home for clubless superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

2 months ago·India
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Saudi Arabia Would Back Bids For Manchester United, Liverpool: Sports Minister

Saudi Arabia would back private bids for Manchester United or Liverpool, its sports minister said, adding that the conservative kingdom was keen to host the World Cup

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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