Members of Glazer family consider selling Manchester United stake?

Some members of the Glazer family are reportedly considering cashing in on Manchester United.

Some members of the Glazer family may reportedly consider walking away from Manchester United following the death of Malcolm Glazer.

The American family acquired a 90% stake in the Premier League club following a controversial move in 2005.

After it was confirmed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are also owned by the Glazers, that Malcolm died at the age of 85 on Wednesday, rumours that his children could sell up at Old Trafford have been rife.

Reporter Jim White, who writes for The Telegraph, told talkSPORT that three of Glazer's family members could cash in on the club, who recently appointed Louis van Gaal as their new manager.

Malcolm Glazer had not been involved in the day-to-day running of United for some years.

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