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Manchester United are in advanced talks with the club’s Supporters Trust on a fan action plan

Manchester United are in advanced talks with the club’s Supporters Trust about a fan share scheme that would offer ‘a significant ownership stake’ as the Glazers look to build bridges after the failed European Super League plan.

  • Man United was criticized by fans after his role in the European Super League
  • United withdrew from competition but fans protested the Glazers
  • The club suggested the fan action scheme to improve the relationship with the fans
  • United said it was in “advanced talks” with the confidence of its supporters about the scheme.
  • Promises to give fans a ‘meaningful ownership stake’ of the club


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Manchester United has come one step closer to creating a fan share plan that would give fans a “meaningful ownership stake” in the club.

United have been in talks with the Manchester United Supporters Trust about the plan since the failed European Super League sparked outrage against the Glazer family and the owners of the other clubs involved.

Co-chair Joel Glazer apologized in April for United’s role in the failed ESL and has appeared on two fan forums since the debacle to try to foster a better relationship with fans, in addition to agreeing to establish a new fan advisory board.

Manchester United, owned by Avram (left) and Joel (right) Glazer, are in advanced talks with the confidence of the club's supporters to establish a plan of actions for the fans.

Manchester United, owned by Avram (left) and Joel (right) Glazer, are in advanced talks with the confidence of the club’s supporters to establish a plan of actions for the fans.

The fans were enraged after the club's participation in the failed European Super League

The fans were enraged after the club's participation in the failed European Super League

The fans were enraged after the club’s participation in the failed European Super League

The share plan is seen as the Glazers’ most significant move to improve fan relationships, not least because it would involve a new class of fan shares, each with the same voting rights as the family’s B shares. Glazer.

A statement from the club read: ‘We are in advanced discussions with MUST on a fan action plan that would pave a way for fans to build, over time, a meaningful stake in Manchester United ownership.

This would give the fans a strong collective voice within our ownership structure and help cement a new spirit of long-term partnership between the fans and the club.

“Important legal and regulatory complexities are being worked out, together with MUST and expert advisors.”

“In addition to advancing the fan action scheme, we are also creating a fan advisory council as a new channel for board-level dialogue with fans and this is close to launch.”

United is trying to build bridges with fans by offering a 'meaningful ownership stake'

United is trying to build bridges with fans by offering a 'meaningful ownership stake'

United is trying to build bridges with fans by offering a ‘meaningful ownership stake’

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