The 134 year old famous football (as in soccer) team is offering public investors a chance to get in on the fun. It's a medium sized deal to with 16.666667 shares at an $18 mid-point or $300M. The range is a bit wider than usual at $16 to $20.
Oddly Jefferies, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan are running the books with a ragtag assortment of other banks co-managing the deal across several geographies. Football is after all a world-wide phenomenon as the roadshow makes especially clear.
Shares will trade under the symbol MANU on the . . .