Apple and Manchester United: the story was too crazy


While we are in the middle of the World Cup, fans of the English club Manchester United are asking questions about the future of it. As ESPN reports, the club’s current owners, the Glazer family, are ready to sell.

More precisely, in a press release, the club announces that it is exploring “strategic alternatives”.

“The process is designed to enhance the future growth of the club, with the ultimate aim of positioning the club to take advantage of opportunities both on the pitch and commercially.”we also read.

Manchester United continues by indicating that it does not exclude any possibility, including the arrival of new investments, or even the sale. Also, we are already starting to wonder who could be the new owner of the Mancunian club.

Names are circulating and among these, there is… Apple! A wild rumor about a possible takeover of Machester United by the iPhone manufacturer has been circulating since yesterday, following the publication of an article by the British newspaper The Daily Star.

According to this media, Apple would be interested in a takeover of the club for more than 9 billion dollars, and would have already expressed it. Tim Cook is said to be interested in the opportunities that owning this club would bring to Apple, and the latter is already said to have in mind the construction of a new state-of-the-art stadium.

Will Apple really buy Manchester United? not so fast

As usual, since this is a rumor, caution is advised. On the other hand, this information is controversial.

Indeed, after the publication of the article of The Daily Star, the news site MacRumours, reacted, denying this rumor. Generally well informed, when it comes to future Apple products, he claims to have been able to question a source familiar with the matter, who would have denied the information published by the British newspaper.

For the moment, we therefore remain in the dark. However, what is certain is that Apple is increasingly interested in sports. In addition to the fact that it makes physical activity one of its priorities on its products, Apple TV + is also interested in sports content.

Apple’s streaming service broadcasts live baseball games every Friday, thanks to a partnership with MLB. The Cupertino company has also signed an agreement with Major League Soccer, the football league in the United States, to offer a new product called MLS Season Pass which gives access to matches.

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