Manchester United were up for sale for much of the summer with interest from the Middle East and Jim Ratcliffe.
A report in the Mail on Sunday detailed the Glazers’ plans to take United off the market and attempt to sell again in a few years’ time.
Both the Qatari Sheikh and Oldham-born businessman Ratcliffe have been in takeover talks for months, with their rival offers worth in the region of £5 billion.
However, it is now claimed the Glazers want closer to £10bn with a new round of talks further down the line.
But Neville has responded to these reports and believes them to be unlikely:
“I don’t believe the Glazers not selling/doing anything story,” he wrote on social media.
“They have to do something. They’ve run out of money and the financial situation is desperate. They need investment in. They’re also having a toxic impact on the club from the inside out.
“The negligence continues for now but I don’t think it can go on without some action on raising funds. Also who would come in as a minority alongside them with the damage it would do to their reputation.”