Ten Hag asks about Manchester United takeover offers

Dutchman Ten Hag was asked about news of several bids for the club, including Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe from Qatar. But Ten Hag insisted he was sticking to his job and had “nothing to do” with it

“I think for the players and the coaching staff for me, of course we follow the news,” he told Sky Sports ahead of United’s clash with Leicester on Sunday. “We are of course curious about what will happen because we are committed to the club but it has nothing to do with us

“That’s all we have to do, we have to perform, we have to get the right results and not be distracted by the things that are going on around or around the club

This led to two confirmations of the bids, one from Sheikh Al Thani, who is reported to be worth £1.3 billion alone but is part of the Qatari royal family, and is said to be worth a total of £275 billion

Ratcliffe, owner of OGC Nice, has a net worth of £11.3 billion and is CEO of chemicals group INEOS and has revealed his plans to make the club “debt-free

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