Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze has admitted he has been left feeling uncertain by Malcolm Glazer's £790m takeover of the club.
Heinze joined United from Paris St Germain
"The truth is I still don't know what the new owner's intentions are," Heinze was quoted as telling the Sun.
"I need to wait to see and to get an idea about the route the club is going.
"The players certainly haven't felt isolated from the demonstrations. They make sense because the fans feel a special affection for United."
Many of United's fans, including small shareholders, have been vehemently opposed to the takeover on the grounds that the deal is based too heavily on loans and will saddle the club in debt, resulting in higher ticket prices.
Heinze added: "I'd like to think that if Glazer's willing to buy United, it's because he has the best intentions and wants the place to grow even bigger than it already is."