Manchester United at Davos: Why has the for-sale Premier League club set up shop at the World Economic Forum?

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By Frank Dalleres Manchester United have insisted that the club’s pop-up venue at Davos is not designed to drum up interest among the world’s super-rich in a possible £8bn sale. United’s owners, the Glazer family, put them on the market in November and bankers are reported to have invited bids for minority or majority stakes by next month. Those at Davos with an interest in the 20-time English champions can visit their lounge at the Swiss ski resort, which is hosting the World Economic Forum this week. United chief executive Richard Arnold is set to host an event at the venue on Tuesday, while…

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