Manchester United has picked the New York Stock Exchange to make its stock market debut, ending months of speculation over where the world's best-supported soccer club would list.
After first eying a Hong Kong IPO, the former English Premier League champions had planned a $1 billion listing in Singapore in the second half of last year before putting plans on hold because of market turmoil.
The U.S.-owned club filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering of its Class A ordinary shares in New York.
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