Sir Jim is furious after Man Utd were banned from trading players from Nice.

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Sir Jim is furious after Man Utd were banned from trading players from Nice.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, co-owner of Manchester United, spoke to the media. After the club were banned from signing players from Nice, where they also own the ทางเข้า ufabet club.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe told Bloomberg: “For example, we have a player at Nice who is interested in joining Manchester United and I think he has the potential to be in the Premier League .”

“They said we can sell him to another Premier League club. But we can’t sell him to Manchester United. That’s not fair to the player and it’s not fair to us.”

Meanwhile, there have been rumours that Ratcliffe is considering selling Nice to comply with UEFA rules on multi-club ownership, but he has denied the reports. “We have no intention of selling Nice because I like the idea of ​​multi-club ownership and I think Nice would complement Manchester United for two reasons.”

“One, you can get more out of young players at Nice than at Manchester United. Sometimes you can find a new Bobby Mainu, but it can be very difficult for the Red Devils’ young players. But that’s it. It will be very beneficial to Nice to have a young player of good quality to use.”

“Secondly, because it’s quite difficult for Manchester United to deal with young players in Europe, but Nice can do it, so if there’s a great 15-year-old in France, We could sign him to Nice and use them as a replacement for Manchester United later on,” said Sir Jim Ratcliffe.