The Glazer family would reportedly be prepared to sell Manchester United for £3.75bn.
The Glazers, who have owned the Red Devils since 2005, have faced criticism and subsequent protests from supporters while former players, including Gary Neville, have also expressed their discontent.
Although the current owners have come under scrutiny, the Glazers have previously shown no interest in selling the 20-time English champions.
However, according to the Daily Mail, they would be willing to give up control of the club if they received a £3.75bn bid.
The report suggests that such a valuation could appeal to Dubai’s sovereign wealth fund, which could follow in the footsteps of Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia who have taken over Manchester City and Newcastle United respectively.
After recently failing to buy Chelsea, Man United supporter Jim Ratcliffe has also expressed an interest in a potential takeover.