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They don’t have enough, the next way Glazers will take money from Man United

By Mario Perez

They don’t have enough, the next way Glazers will take money from Man United

They have plans to turn the players in a huge business for them

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Despite having sold a minimum part of the club to the British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Joel and Avram Glazer continue their business at Manchester United, and they would have recently identified a new way to cash in from the club to increase even more their wealth.

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The brothers, also owners of the NFL franchise Tampa Bay Buccaneers, would have precisely found inspiration from American football to develop a new way to get money from Manchester United and their players.

According to an ESPN report, this big idea of the Glazers would have already been driven by Ed Woodward, and would involve some of the greatest stars in Erik Ten Hag’s team, who could help indirectly to take money from the fans to enrich the Glazers even more.

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What’s the Glazer’s idea to cash in from Manchester United?

Following these reports, Joel and Avram Glazer would have had the idea of implementing Augmented Reality on Manchester United players, who would have an AR wearable on their body during the games to allow any supporter in the world to pay a fee to experience a game through the eyes of their favorite player. According to ESPN, the idea is still only a plan, and could be developed in the next few months as the Premier League wouldn’t have given their permission yet.


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