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Sir Jim Ratcliffe has sent a letter to multiple fan groups after his investment into Manchester United.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe has addressed a number of supporter organizations regarding his investment in Manchester United.Sir Jim Ratcliffe has addressed a number of supporter organizations regarding his investment in Manchester United.

Sunday marked the official confirmation that INEOS CEO and British magnate Ratcliffe had acquired a 25% stake in the Old Trafford club.

 

According to reports, Ratcliffe and his group will oversee football operations, whereas the Glazers will be responsible for the commercial aspect.It was rumored that Ratcliffe sent a private letter to a few United fan groups following the confirmation of the transaction; the letter was subsequently leaked on social media.

 

Ratcliffe penned the following via The Express: “I felt compelled to write to you at this juncture in light of the pivotal role that Manchester United supporters play in the club’s future, as we acknowledge our duty as guardians of the organization on your behalf.

 

“I am confident that we have the ability to supplement the club’s undeniable commercial success with sporting triumphs.” The magnate of petrochemicals continued by cautioning admirers that success would not materialize immediately.

 

“Time and patience, in addition to rigor and the utmost level of professional management,” will be required.He continued, “You and we share the same ambition for Manchester United.” Although change is inevitable and there are no certainties in sports, our collective objective is to assist Manchester United in reclaiming its rightful position at the pinnacle of English, European, and World football.

 

“That responsibility is extremely serious to me.” We regret to inform you that, similar to any transaction, the regulatory approval procedure must be followed. Consequently, we do not anticipate making any public statements regarding Club affairs until the transaction is finalized.

 

Tuesday night will mark United’s first Premier League match since Ratcliffe’s investment, as they host Unai Emery’s high-flying Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

 

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