Manchester United supporters sang songs voicing their disapproval at the handling of their club by the Glazers family and Ed Woodward during Saturday's 4-0 win over Norwich.
Manchester United announced record revenue on Thursday after a successful season in which they won the Europa League and the League Cup and qualified for the Champions League.
Manchester United showed its commercial strength when it raised its core earnings expectations for the year as it posted a 26.6 percent rise in quarterly revenue.
Manchester United raised its full-year earnings guidance thanks to higher commercial revenue and said it expects to challenge for trophies next season.
The Glazers, who bought United for 790 million pounds are selling 8 million of their shares in the club which amounts to a stake of about five percent.
The American Glazer family bought United for 790 million pounds in 2005 but burdened the club with heavy debts.
The club claims to have more than 650 million followers worldwide and has signed a series of local and international sponsorship deals to cash in on its global fame.
Giggs, who has extended his contract to play next season when he will turn 40, is still a part of Ferguson's plan.
As on Monday, Robin van Persie of Manchester United leads the goal scoring tally with 24 goals closely followed by Luis Suarez (23) of Liverpool.
Ferguson vowed his team would never again miss out because they had not scored enough goals and swiftly brought in prolific striker van Persie.
United, owned by the American Glazer family, lead the way commercially in the slickly marketed Premier League.
Manchester United's owners will not sell the club for "many, many years" despite ongoing interest.
Manchester United is poised for strong near-term revenue growth from media and sponsorship deals.
The club said its shares priced at $14 apiece, below the $16-$20 per share range it had in mind.
The club, which is controlled by the Glazer family, may start the road show as soon as Friday or early next week.
Man Utd had eyed a $1 billion flotation in Singapore last year but shelved it due to market volatility.
Ferguson believes a managerial reign as long as his will never be repeated.
United have put plans for a 1 billion US Dollars flotation in Singapore on hold due to market volatility.
The football club wants to raise cash to help reduce almost 500 million dollars in debt.
This would minimise any new shareholders' influence, something that has not gone down well with fans at home.
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