Jim O’Neill Says Man Utd. Valuation Seems `Out of Reach’

Jim o'neill says man utd. Valuation seems `out of reach'

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Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist Jim O’Neill, who once bid for Manchester United FC, has questioned the potential valuation of one of the world’s biggest football clubs. “It seems completely out of reach,” O’Neill said in an interview on “Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition.”

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