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The Glazer family rubbished suggestions on Friday that they are considering selling Manchester United.

For the second time in a fortnight reports surfaced claiming Malcolm Glazer had become disillusioned by the profit-making potential at Old Trafford.

Having completed an £800million takeover two years ago, Glazer restructured the club's debt with a view to the long term and a spokesman for the family insists their commitment has not wavered.

"The Glazer family have a long-term commitment to Manchester United and that is not going to change," said the spokesman.

"Quite simply, they are not interested in selling the club. Why would they?

"They are determined to make United more successful, both on and off the pitch."

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yeah its unlikely that they will sell the best club in the world. I mean there isn't any real reason to do it. The glazers set a long term plan for us when taking over man u and they are likely to abide by that. It wouldn't be wise to sell because it really would dissolution many players and completely mess everything up for us.
 

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yes it migth mess up everything but he not been to any of are games this season an has put us in deat.
 

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he may have put us in debt but we are heading the right direction. And it doesn't really matter if he doesn't come to the games. His sons come to every game and they are the ones that are really running the club.
 

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Selling the club now wouldn't make any business sense. They wouldn't have gone to all that hassle in the first place to sell up now. They are on to a good thing and they know it. The club is on the rise again on and off the pitch. As long as they stump up the money for transfers and let Fergie get on with it(which they have done) all will be well. I dont think the players take too much notice of the behind the scenes goings on. They are paid to play for the best club in the world and they do that. It just shows that the takeover didnt have a detremental effect on the pitch.
 
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