Here are the Manchester United headlines from Sunday night.
Zilliacus on Liverpool
Finnish businessman Thomas Zilliacus has scrapped a proposal to bid for Liverpool after making an offer to buy Manchester United earlier this week.
Zilliacus, who is president of social media group novaM Group, submitted an offer through XXI Century Capital, an investment firm owned by his holding company.
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The Finn’s unique offer comes through the participation of his fans, which would allow them to buy a stake in the club and have the same voice through an app.
Zilliacus has already been linked with a move to buy Liverpool if his proposal to buy United is unsuccessful, but he has taken to social media to reject that suggestion.
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Christian Eriksen Update
Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen has detailed how he is progressing in his recovery from a serious ankle injury.
Eriksen was forced to leave Old Trafford on crutches in January after suffering an ankle injury during the Reds’ 3-1 FA Cup win against Reading. The 31-year-old was initially ruled out for three months as a result of Andy Carroll’s reckless challenge. The former Brentford man is expected to return to action next month.
The midfielder recently shared a positive update on his injury with his followers on social media, revealing that he is back on the pitch after two months off the pitch. Now, Eriksen has opened up his mind during his setback, insisting that he is eager to play a role in the season’s conclusion.
During a new episode of the club’s UTD Podcast series, set to launch in April, Eriksen discussed the rehabilitation process and provided a further update on his progress.
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