According to a report from the Daily Express, Manchester United’s stock has decreased by £1 billion amid the recent pandemic – with Manchester City supporters flocking to discuss the update on social media.
Before the stock market crash, United’s overall value was sitting pretty at £3 billion – with the recent global panic now bringing it down to £2 billion. The Express report also states that £826 million was shaved off in just a few days, with the Glazers taking a ‘huge blow‘ in regards to their finances.
The recent events have virtually put the whole world at a stand-still, with various markets taking big hits as a result of the pandemic – United’s price on the stock market being one of them. Now, in reaction to the update, many Sky Blues supporters have taken the opportunity to discuss their rivals’ misfortune on Twitter – with one fan lauding the ‘bit of good news‘.
Find all of their best comments down below.
Finally a bit of good news
— Dave Wilson (@davewilson0210) March 18, 2020
So by my reckoning Michael Knighton will be buying them for 50p around September time
— Steve Morrow (@steviecruyff) March 18, 2020
If it was city, that news would be all over the place.
— papite (@jgedeon1717) March 18, 2020
Can we buy them?
— Smiley Pete (@PeteSvppb) March 18, 2020
— deanparis (@deanparis78) March 18, 2020
— Mark N (@mark_n0) March 18, 2020
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