Sheikh Jassim has submitted a third and final take-it-or-leave-it bid last Tuesday to buy Manchester United, with the Qatar claiming to be a fan of the club and vowing to wipe its debt and create a community fund to invest in the local area. However, Sir Jim Ratcliffe remains the frontrunner as he’s offered two of the six Glazer siblings a chance to remain shareholders in the club. If Jassim’s bid fails, he will attempt to buy Premier League rivals West Ham United, with Tottenham having been linked with a Qatar-based bid earlier this year. West Ham co-owner David Sullivan is open to offers for the club, who have the second biggest stadium in London and are through to the Europa Conference Final. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Follow Metro Sport for the latest news on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.