Zilliacus, founder and chairman of investment company Mobile FutureWorks, heads the third group to have publicly declared interest in a club takeover after Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani. The Finn wants to buy United in a 50-50 partnership with their fans, who will have a say in the decision-making process at the Premier League club. Zilliacus said his offer is based on United having a current market value of "just under 3.9 billion US dollars" (£3.17bn).
Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim are the frontrunners in takeover from the Glazer family
Davies sustained a hamstring injury in Saturday's dramatic 3-3 Premier League draw at Southampton and subsequently pulled out of national team duty with Wales this week. A scan has confirmed the severity of the defender's hamstring injury and he could be side-lined for up to six weeks, Planet Sport understands. While uncertainty remains over the future of head coach Antonio Conte, Davies joins a growing list of players on the treatment table.