The Glazers have reportedly set their sights on raising the value of Manchester United to £7bn, as they look to ignore fan protests.
Man United's current value is standing at £3.05bn and the Red Devils' owners are aiming to make the club the first $10m club in the world, which is believed to be one of the reasons why the Glazers agreed to the European Super League.
The breakaway league was supposed to generate large incomes for the clubs involved and grow their brands even more globally, but it was deemed to be a greedy proposal by many people involved in football.
The Mirror reports that the Glazers are undeterred by the fan protests since the European Super League was announced and they have no intention of selling the club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side's fixture against Liverpool was forced to be postponed as Man United fans broke into Old Trafford and protested against the ownership of their club on the pitch.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has reiterated that the European Super League will be back and the Glazers' plans of increasing the value of their club suggest that they will support any plan that increases their revenue.