Man Utd ‘strike deal with UEFA’ as Sir Jim Ratcliffe learns fate of European ban | Football | Sport

Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has reportedly struck a deal with UEFA so that the Red Devils can play alongside OGC Nice in next season’s Europa League if both INEOS-owned clubs qualify, despite the European governing body’s rules concerning multi-club ownership.


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