Rory McIlroy reveals he wants a big stake in Manchester United after investing in Formula One team Alpine and insists he has no regrets about ripping up the Ryder Cup car park.
Rory McIlroy is part of a consortium that invested £175m in Alpine
He followed Jim Ratcliffe’s ongoing £1.4bn bid for a stake in United. Newsgistdaily provides all the latest international sports news Rory McIlroy has revealed that the sporting investment he most wants is an investment in Manchester United.
McIlroy, part of a consortium that invested 175 million pounds ($212 million) to acquire a 24 percent stake, will take part in the US Grand Prix in Austin for the first time as part owner of the former Renault outfit.
In the past, ownership of sports teams was limited to private equity and people with a lot of money, but now sports stars are getting smarter,” said McIlroy, who followed Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s ongoing bid for £1.4 billion ($1.7 billion). for the 25. percent of United with fan interest. “I would have happily taken 0.00001 per cent of Manchester United when Jim Ratcliffe bought. If I get another chance I will look at it.”
Rory McIlroy has revealed that he most wants to invest in Manchester United The Ryder Cup star bought Formula 1 team Alpine this week and will compete in the US GP. The Ryder Cup star bought Formula 1 team Alpine this week and will compete in the US GP The Northern Irishman is pictured with Alpine drivers Pierre Gasly (L) and Esteban Ocon (R).
The Northern Irishman is pictured with Alpine drivers Pierre Gasly (L) and Esteban Ocon (R).