The Glazer family, majority owners of Manchester United, are set to sell about 5% of their shares to the public via the New York Stock Exchange.
A reported 8 million shares of stock with a par value of $19.31, or about $154million (£91million), as of Wednesday's valuation, was listed for public sale.
The American owners, who bought the Club in 2005 for £790million, still own 90% of the corporation's total shares, after selling 10% in 2012.
United's rise in stock value, from $14, is perceived to be the result of sponsorship deals from Adidas - £750million over 10 years - and US car manufacturer General Motors - $559million over 7 years.
While the recent appointment of Louis van Gaal as manager has undeniably caused a boost in morale at the Old Trafford after finishing seventh during the 2013/14 season under predecessor David Moyes.