- Prince Mohammad Salman of Saudi Arabia wants to buy Manchester United
- He is a 33-year-old man who owns the world's most expensive home
- His family are said to be worth close to £1 trillion
Prince Mohammed Bin Salman on Monday, October 15, signified serious interest to buy Premier League campaigners Manchester United from the Glazers' family.
Many Manchester United fans would be wondering if the 33-year-old prince is really capable of buying the Red Devils, but he is one of the richest men in the world who gets anything he wants for himself and his family.
Prince Mohammad Bin Salman is the son of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
At the age of 33, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia is already a multi billionaire who reportedly worth £850bn and also owns the world's most expensive home in the world.
Apart from being a rich man and a prince, Mohammad Bin Salman is also a close pal to some of the world's richest leaders such as Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron.
Briefly.co.za learned that there is no place in the world prince Mohammad Salman cannot visit considering how rich he is.
He married Sarah Bint Mashhoor in 2008 and have four children, but he likes to keep his family affairs private as hardly will you see him in public with his wife.
See below some of his properties
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly emerged as a target for Saudi Arabian billionaire Mohammad Bin Salman who wants to buy the club.
According to the report, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad Salman is worth around £850bn. It added that he is ready to sanction a bid by an individual or a move backed by the money of the oil-rich state to take a stake in United or ideally to buy the club outright
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