Manchester United’s house owners have put up one other 9.5m shares, with a worth of $186.86m (£137.12m), on the market.
United notified the New York Inventory Change of the sale on Tuesday night, within the names of membership administrators Kevin Glazer and Edward Glazer.
The assertion makes it clear the membership “won’t obtain any proceeds from the sale”.
It comes 5 months after United’s Premier League sport in opposition to Liverpool was postponed as a result of fan protests.
That adopted the collapse of the European Tremendous League undertaking which noticed United co-chairman Joel Glazer closely concerned within the negotiations.
In March, Avram Glazer bought £70m value of shares within the membership.
The sale represents 8% of the household’s whole mixed possession, though they are going to nonetheless maintain a mixed 69% of the shares in United and sources say they continue to be dedicated to the membership.
It’s virtually sure the shares might be bought at a value decrease than the Inventory Market worth as a result of sheer quantity being bought.
United co-chairman Joel Glazer has twice attended Followers Boards within the wake of the supporter unrest and pledged to make shares out there to followers.
In September, he mentioned implementing a share scheme was “somewhat advanced”, however added “we’re leaping these hurdles” and hoped to deliver the initiative to a conclusion “within the not-too-distant future”.